If your home is equipped with mini splits, chances are your laundry area does not have its own air conditioning unit, you can keep the door open and have a fan blow directly toward your clothesline and rely on the adjacent room’s dehumidified air to get the job done.
Installing a ventilating fan is a very good idea too or if that is not an option, you can use a dehumidifier to keep humidity at acceptable levels while keeping the laundry room’s door closed.
Opt for a Reliable Brand and Seller
There are dozens of manufacturers that sell retracting indoor clotheslines but only a few are actually reputable brands. For this, we are—frankly, partial towards the Australian brands such as Daytek
, and Hills
Both Daytek and Austral manufacture their products on shore while Hills has chosen to outsource their production in China which might put off some people but based on our observation, the quality of their products hasn’t really degraded so it seems that they are keeping a tight quality control on the production so that’s a really good thing.
Selecting a brand is just one thing, choosing a seller that can help you when the need for help comes is another.
A lot of people make the mistake of purchasing clotheslines from some random store, completely unaware of what may lie ahead, most clotheslines don’t require maintenance, parts rarely break down and if they ever do (though we seriously hope that it won’t), chances are, you’ll have to give the store a call for help.