Gosh I don't know the make, I could fit three loads on it, but I've only gone up to two loads and its been fine. It can fold up and be pulled out and brought inside, but I haven't done that either - I will probably bring it in for winter.DrMom said:Wildsky, what type of umbrella line did you get? Durability is an issue. I have found many dry racks that are designed for the occasional hand-washed item, but if you put 4 or 5 pairs of jeans on them several times a week they disintegrate.
Hey Card 5640, I'll trade you some nice Pacific Northwestern moss (from the rain forest, no less) for some nice Main made clothes rack and pins!!!card5640 said:Love line drying, I have 2 4x4s in the ground with cement with a 2x6 across, I have been using the same set up for 25 years, it is strung with parachute cord which I put on 25 yrs ago and going strong. Gave up on big fuffy towels and use the cheap thin ones. I can put more in the washer and they dry faster. In the winter I hang everything on a wood folding rack ( made here in Maine) in front of my pellet stove dries in no time. Also using Maine made clothes pins.