Living in a coastal area has its advantages and disadvantages, it's windy and quite sunny so taking the eco-friendly approach of drying your clothes outdoors is a no-brainer, given that fact, you have to make sure that there is at least 100mm of clearance between drying lines to guarantee an efficient laundry drying experience.
This also keeps unwanted smells and moulds from developing since bacteria or mould spores simply don't have enough time to propagate.
Opting for a clothesline with built in line tensioning mechanism is a good way to keep your airer performing well because it keeps the lines from sagging--preventing the dreaded dropping and bunching of articles in the middle of a saggy drying line.
The last thing is, ease of use, a clothesline that requires too much effort to get it up and running is not worthy of anyone's time. Rotary hoists and fold-downs are the best in terms of reliability and convenience since you barely need to move just hang your clothes.
Portable, ceiling mounted, and retractable varieties are both space saving and can be quite discreet. These models are available in a wide range of capacities, colours, and are perfect for small homes like apartments, cottages, cabins, studios, and apartments.