Some portable clothesline products are engineered for outdoor drying as they are constructed from galvanised steel, aluminium, and UV resistant plastics which makes them resilient to extreme weather.
In windy conditions, however, we advise to either bring the portable clothesline inside or make sure they are securely anchored to the ground using weights or sandbags.
Some smaller Hills airers are designed for indoor use only, it's best to check the product and user's manual for the recommended usage guidelines.
There are only a few models that come fully assembled upon purchase which are: The EcoDry portable clothesline as well as the Hills 2 and 4 Wing airers.
All other models require some level of installation or assembly but nothing too complicated for the average user.
Yes, all portable clotheslines fold flat so they can easily be stored in a cupboard, hung behind a door or slid underneath a bed or sofa.
Some can even fold into a thin and long package like the Artweger Twist 140 which takes up as little room as possible for ease of storage.
EcoDry portable clotheslines are the only Australian made portable clothesline.
All Hills clotheslines and airers are made in China with strict manufacturing guidelines imposed by the Hills company for optimum quality and reliability.
Clothes pegs can be used on the lines of larger portable clothesline models, the smaller clothes airers that feature drying rods, however, do not require the use of clothes pegs.
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