Loving Laundry and Washlines
Does your laundry day come with with a double dose of guilt? You know your energy consumption is killing the planet in the long run, and the high cost of electricity is definitely killing your budget in the short run. Before you make drastic changes and decide that doing laundry no longer sparks joy, let us introduce you to your new best friend. Convenient and functional laundry and washing lines are what you may want to consider. We have a full list of washline suppliers right here.
You no longer have to air your drying laundry in public. We’ve done the hard work for you and looked into the best sexy, slim and slinky, but most importantly – hidden, laundry and washing lines on the market.
Extendable, Foldable, and Altogether Magical
Our washline suppliers offer many different types of laundry and washing lines to suit your space, budget and drying needs. A large variety to choose from can help you make the right decision when choosing the right washing line for your home.
It’s best to solve your laundry drying problems in an ecologically sound, out of the way and weatherproof way. Most convenient washing lines can be installed indoors, so wind and rain won’t be a worry! No more overloaded clothes rack collapsing in on itself.
With a foldable laundry and washline, you can temporarily upgrade any open wall space, (indoor or outdoor) into a convenient and private drying area. This means you don’t have to sacrifice floorspace or risk having your delicates picked up by a gust of wind and deposited on your neighbours’ front lawn.
If your new washing line is indoors, you also don’t have to worry about the mad dash to grab your laundry off the line when the first splatter of summer rain starts to fall.
If you have a courtyard, garage, spare room or even just a balcony, a foldable washing line that lies flat against the wall when not in use is best for you. You can even install this above the bath, or in your living space or kitchen – its really THAT slim and unobtrusive!
If privacy isn’t your biggest concern, and you have a bit more space, why not utilise the abundant South African sunshine as your new best laundry day friend and try a T-pole or “spin” washing line?
If you are really creative, why not plant a creeping vine at the base of your T-poles and use the washing line as a feature for your garden?
You can also read our article about healthy home routines here. Click here.