Fold-downs are a good alternative if you think that a freestanding airer, like a rotary hoist is not for you. Fold-downs allows you to fold the frame and rests flat against the wall when not in use so they won't stand out just like traditional rotary hoists do.
If you have a cozy home like a cabin, apartment or a studio, ceiling mounted airers and retractables are really good options since these ones are very easy to install and allocating a space for them is an easy affair considering their compact exteriors.
Portable clotheslines will work best for people who would rather forego permanently installed form factors that we have mentioned above, plus, you gain the advantage of catching more sunlight or transfer your wet clothes indoors when the rain starts to pour.
The Good Stuff
The Lower Blue Mountains Sydney is one of the rainiest territories in Australia, therefore, it is a smart decision if you acquire a clothesline that will not only survive the wide and extreme temperature fluctuations but also resist corrosion.
Not only that, since it pretty much rains throughout the year (mostly in August), you want an airer that can still do its job even if there is a downpour, we will discuss this further after checking out the key features list below.
Key characteristics you need in a clothesline:
- A strong frame
- Resistance to rusting
- Wide space between each drying line
- Easy-to-use line tensioning system
A clothesline has a very simple construction, the less is more approach when it comes to the design of an airer has never been more apparent so you must choose one that has a sturdily built frame to ensure that it will survive any task you might throw at it; that brings us to the type of material used to make the frame.