Loving my new clothes airer

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The last couple of months I have been trying to tidy up the house a bit and we got things like a new bathroom blind, a new wardrobe for the bedroom and a few new pictures to hang up. We have lived here for five years now and it was time to change some stuff about.

I had a clothes airer from costco which I bought when we first moved in and it’s massive with a hanging tail section on top and it was really wide and took up the majority of the conservatory and was impossible to move unless you took it apart. I wanted a more compact one and one that could be moved if needed.

The Everlasto 3-Tier Concertina Clothes Airer from Rope Source is the perfect size. As it’s a concertina one it doesn’t take up much floor space at all.

It is quite compact when folded up and not in use so ideal to slide under a cupboard or sofa or down the side out of sight. It is so easy to set and put down again.

You can fit lots on it, this was a whole lot of washing and there is still plenty of room to hang more. You can also use the sides to hang shirts on coat hangers as well.

The thing I like most is how easy it is to move when in use, I carried it out the back door into the garden full of washing with no issue. We don’t have a washing line outside so something like this is ideal as I can use it indoors or outdoors and if I have it outside and it looks like it’s going to rain it’s so easy to pick up and move indoors!

Do you prefer to hang your washing indoors or outdoors?

Sarah x

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8 Comments

  1. July 5, 2020 / 8:51 pm

    Super handy! I love how it’s vertical so takes up less space.

  2. Jenny
    July 6, 2020 / 7:57 am

    We have one of those but rarely use it because we have a tumble dryer but I’d love to use it more for environmental reasons x

  3. July 6, 2020 / 10:05 am

    I had a very similar one at uni and it was great for saving space in my room/ flat. I prefer drying indoors usually x

    Sophie

  4. July 7, 2020 / 1:55 pm

    I prefer mine inside especially during the summer because of pollen x

  5. July 14, 2020 / 11:53 am

    I’ve actually just switched from a clothes airer to a big washing line but I used my airer for years!
    Rosie

  6. August 6, 2020 / 6:13 pm

    That’s so handy that it’s so easy to move! I always think clothes dried outside smell amazing so this would be great, especially as you can just bring it in when the rain comes!

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