Home Utility Freestanding Rotary Airer

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  1. ShiftZZ

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    Take the pain out of family washes, with this fantastic clothes airer. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, it folds flat for easy storage when not in use, and extends to 136cm when required. ...We find it's much easier than trying to find room on radiators, or biting your nails and wondering if they're going to be blown off the line!

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    • Home Utility Freestanding Rotary Airer
    • Ideal for camping
    • Easy folding
    • Aluminium construction
    • For indoor or outdoor use
    • 15m, 3 arm drying space
    • No fixing or drilling required
    • Slots in to tripod base
    • Pegs included to secure in to grass
    http://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/10376-home-utility-freestanding-rotary-airer.aspx
     
  2. GJH

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    That's a very good price for one that pegs down as most of the cheap ones don't.

    We have a Quest equivalent, bought a few years ago. The only problem we found was that the top tended to collapse when full of wet washing because the collar support wasn't strong enough. Easily fixed by drilling through collar and pole and putting a 4 inch nail through (nail tied to airer so it doesn't get lost).
     
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    I'm amazed that you boys know how to use these things! :LOL:
     
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    :p so there :D
     
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    can you get a tv signal on it.
     
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    I would rather be parked next to a generator user and they can have their grey water valve open :LOL::LOL:
     
  7. GJH

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    You're just denying your feminine side :LOL::LOL:
     
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    Sooo .... they're your dresses on the line eh Graham?
     
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    Sexist,,,
     
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    Not at all, my hubby knows exactly what it is and how to use it ... I'm just surprised that you two have a clue ... I wasn't aware either of you knew anything about washing seeing the state of your 'attire' in public! :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    I thought it was @ROB1CHELSEA1's football kit and towel.
    Jealousy will get you nowhere :LOL::LOL:
     
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    I'm with Minxygirl, whilst I collected our youngest from Uni yesterday I asked Nick to hang out the washing. His response "yes but how will I know when it's finished?" . Why , of course you might ask was he not doing the manly job of collecting youngest son, the answer is that he has no sense of direction and needed tp play golf with other son who is only home for a few days before doing CampAmerica!
     
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    Some buggers nicked my washing and line:boxing:
     
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    Ours snapped at the lower support collar, causing it to spread, and open up when the screw is wound in. Not really value for money.
     
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    You were obviously screwing in too much :Eeek:
     
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    It seems so. The wife wasn't happy. She said that the knob hurt her hand when she was twisting it. Once it shot right out, and landed on her foot. :(:(
     
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