There are hundreds upon thousands of clotheslines out on the market right now but all of them fall into these six main categories:
Folding and retractable clotheslines are offered in various capacities, the latter is housed in a very discreet and compact cabinet where the cords are reeled in when not in use.
Some manufacturers of foldable clotheslines allow virtually unlimited customisation options
on their products which is a boon to those who are very particular with the aesthetics of their airer.
Standard and folding rotary hoists boast some of the biggest capacities at a given amount of space unlike other designs, that's because the drying lines are arrange in such a dense manner yet the lifting and rotating top assembly facilitates drying so performance wise they are some of the best.
Portable and ceiling mounted clotheslines are the best options for those who have compact living spaces, be it a studio, cottage, or a cozy apartment within the Inner Suburbs of Melbourne.
Truth Be Told
Since we have given you a basic idea as to which form factor to decide on, we will briefly dig a bit deeper so you will know what you're getting yourself into, not that clothesline purchases are such big deals but these things last for a while so the decision-buying process should be as thorough as possible to keep frustrations from occurring.