Decent for the Price
I didn't want a clothes rack stealing floor space, or a bulky rack jutting out from the wall. I came across this clothesline for less than fifteen dollars, online and made one mine. I believe I installed the wall pieces unevenly is relation to each other, which may be why the line sags so easily in the middle. The quality of the wall pieces and line are just fine, and it comes with screws. Overall, I am happy with this purchase and would recommend it to others.
November 27, 2013
"Chrome-plated finish" might lead you to believe that you're getting something made of stainless steel or some other sort of metalâ¿¿especially given that the description also states "resists rust."
The last time I checked PLASTIC DOES NOT RUST chrome "plated" finish or not.
So, buyer beware. What you'll receive is a nylon clothesline housed in a dinky, brittle, plastic enclosure.
October 6, 2013
I don't like the shiny silver color against my wall. It would be great if it came in white - the silver really stands out. It looks like a fire bell in a fire station.
August 3, 2010
Such a money-saver!
For less than the price of dry cleaning for one blouse, I purchased the retractable clothesline and installed it over my bathtub.
I live in a tiny NYC apartment and the laundry service nearby is overpriced and doesn't do a great job. Now I am able to hand wash and hang dry my clothes on this handy little line and save myself the headache.
It is surprisingly strong and sturdy for the thickness of the nylon string. It comes with hardware and it was easy to firmly attach this to the wall. This is one of my best purchases ever.
July 22, 2010