Extendable Retractable Clothes Washing Line - Keep Garden Tidy - Attach to Wall Fence
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Whilst an advantage of aluminium is that it can be left outside without rusting, a downside is that it’s not as strong as steel.
Can wooden fence posts be used to hold a washing line? - DIYnot Can wooden fence posts be used to hold a washing line? - DIYnot
If you want to dry your washing naturally in the fresh air, yet only have a small garden, this outdoor retractable washing line is ideal. The Minky provides a full 30 m of drying space on two lines, so it can be used to span a balcony or patio. And, because there are 2 lines, each line can span a different section of your garden to maximise drying space – ideal if you have a large family and do a lot of washing. These retractable lines save space, by folding up against the wall when not in use, and are simple to pull out and use when required. All Offers Kitchenware Offers Homeware Offers Outdoor Living Offers Clearance Dry:Soon Heated Airer Bundles Spend more, save more on selected knives
Units that have a similar appearance to standard rotary washing lines but are wall mounted and fold up neatly against the wall when not in use. I was thinking does anyone know if a scaffold pole would be OK to use? im on a very tight budget so free or a near as would be great,
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The council is putting up a boundary wall to support is drive as he’s go no foundation and he’s allowed to bolt a fence to the wall… S One downside of this line is that it’s not very stable in strong winds. Due to its aluminium construction, the arms can bend if they are overloaded and/or subjected to other forces – such as wind. Because of this, it’s best not to use this line if there is more than a slight breeze.Write: DIY Garden (Harris Creative Ltd), Lytchett House, 13 Freeland Park, Wareham Road, Poole, Dorset, BH16 6FA I wouldn't do it if it were for my garden, but if you want to, then go for it. It could last quite a while, and what if one of the spikes does work loose? Either move it and start again ot get rid and concrete another post in..