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Going In Style Travel Laundry Clothesline Kit Model GIS-C101


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  • What's in the Going In Style Box: Blue Clothesline, 2 Yellow ties, 1 1/8" attachment ring, Clay Drying Desiccant for absorbing moisture of clothesline after each use (clay desiccant is designed for safe use with clothing), our 4 x 6" White Cloth Pouch for packing convenience and the Going In Style Packing Checklist. Model GIS-C101
  • Portable traveler's laundry line conveniently dries your hand wash, socks, undergarments or other clothes overnight - Simply attach your damp clothes through the rubber braiding - no need for clothespins,
  • Clothesline is made of a surgical quality braided rubber tubing that will last for decades.
  • Travel clothes line and accessories pack up inside its own included 4 x 6" cloth pouch - Tan rubberized cord + blue loops.
  • Use the included accessories to attach the clothesline securely - See alternate photos to the upper left for instructions on how to apply the ties and the ring.

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Portable traveler's laundry line conveniently dries your hand wash, socks, undergarments or other clothes overnight. Bring this super strong clothes line when you travel so you can wash your laundry no matter your destination. Made for travel - this very high quality flexible clothesline can meet the various needs of travelers for that quick overnight wash. Very strong travel clothesline has loops on both ends that can stretch across the bathroom up to 7 feet and be attached to a shower head or towel rack. Loops around itself at one end around a towel rack and then use the included set of 2 ties and 1 ring to secure it to itself at the other end around another secure rack, shower head or door knob. Doing a quick overnight wash of your travel laundry has never been so easy. Included clay drying desiccant is designed / optimized for clothing and can be kept inside the pouch with the clothesline during travel. Handy Going In Style Travel Checklist provides a guide for making sure you don't forget that important task or travel accessory.

Clothesline Color: BLUE with Light Tan braiding and 2 Yellow Ties with Silver Ring. Also, Going In Style Clothesline Kit is available with a Carabiner and/or large 5" Sink Stopper if you prefer.

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    It is so compact and takes up very little space when packed.
    Lily of the Valley
    It works so well for clothes that need to drip dry, and also it is great for hanging clothes that had a stain on them and you need to dry the item before washing.
    sock grandma
    You can easily attach the first end by simply passing the line through its own loop.
    Doug Dyment

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    172 of 178 people found the following review helpful By T. Larson on July 25, 2006
    I have used this clothesline all over Europe and South America on multiple trips, and I love it. No clothespins are needed, because you can attach your clothes inside the braid of the rubber. It packs up into almost nothing and weighs almost nothing.

    You take one end of the clothesline, wrap it around something, such as a pipe or a bedpost, or even a doorknob, and loop it through itself. You then take the other end of the clothesline, along with a small hook (you have to get one separately), and hook it to itself.

    This can hold a lot of weight - I've had two pairs of wet jeans along with 2 pairs of wet shirts, socks, and underwear all on the line at the same time. Sure, it'll sag, but it's no problem.

    Don't get any of the clotheslines that have suction cups on the end - what if all you have around is wood and concrete? Then there'll be nothing to suction the cups to. You can't really hang your clothes to dry in a bathtub when you share the bathroom with other people...
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    95 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Doug Dyment on June 19, 2008
    I have used this travel clothesline for over twenty years; it is unquestionably the best of the breed. Simple twisted-pair lines (or fabric-covered ones) don't grip heavy/wet clothes sufficiently; lines with suction cups don't attach to anything but very smooth surfaces (and can't be depended on to manage much weight either).

    You don't need clips, hooks, or carabiners to attach this line to rings, poles, etc. You can easily attach the first end by simply passing the line through its own loop. You attach the other end (when similarly necessary) by passing the end of the loop through its side, then inserting some straight/rigid object (a pen, a spoon, etc.) to stop the end from pulling back through. Simple.

    Did you know that you can pack these with your medical supplies as well? They make ideal tourniquets.

    You do need to replace them every dozen years or so, as eventually the latex rubber will decay.
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    49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By DRB-Round the World on April 17, 2007
    This is the 3rd travel clothesline for me; not because the previous ones broke but because I keep finding clothelines that offer better features. This is the best one so far since it eliminates the need for clothespins, is better at holding wet, heavy clothes and the clothes don't slide. My only complaint is I wish it had suction cups and clips on the ends like my other travel clotheslines so I could hang it in the bath/shower or attach it to poles. My previous clotheslines had those features and I used them alot. To work around this I use a small carabiner on each end. This travel clothesline would be PERFECT if it offered all those features.
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    36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Kate McMurry TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 22, 2012
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    I tested out this travel clothesline in my home before taking it on a trip to make sure it works properly, and I am so glad I did! The way this clothesline fastens, it could not work in our master bath's shower stall, which has no towel rack for the second end of this clothesline to attach to. In the tub/shower configuration in our guest bathroom, in addition to the shower head there are both a towel rack and a rod for the shower curtain for one end of this clothesline to attach to. However, the shower head is too large for the loop on the other end to fit over, which caused the following problem: After I secured the clothesline by looping one end over the towel rack, inserting the other end through the loop and pulling it tight (see illustrative photo I have provided), I could obviously not use the same technique to fasten it to either the pole above the too-large shower head or to the shower-curtain rod. As a result of not being able to string up this clothesline at both ends, it became useless.

    In order to overcome this problem, I had to improvise (see photos I have provided). I used two different kinds of clips we had on hand, hoping that one of them would end up being strong enough to hold more than a few pounds. I attached to one end a bolt snap key carrier and at the other end, a carabiner snap link hook.
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    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mary E. Olk on August 13, 2008
    This clothesline is awesome. We used it EVERY DAY on a cruise this summer. It was easy to find a way to hook it up. It is strong and stretchy -- it held all 5 of our wet swimming suits plus the things we washed in the sink. Tucking clothes and swimming suits into the braided tubing works much better than clothes pins. This will be in my suitcase every time I travel with or without my kids!
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Living-in-Plano on May 25, 2008
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    I bought 3 lines, hooked them together and strung them between 2 trees, 21' across in back yard. (We decided to go greener and stop using the electric dryer unless absolutely necesssary.) Works like a charm with one exception - I needed a center pole (sunk into the ground) to reduce the amoun of sag in the middle. What I like most about it is NO CLOTHES PINS. Also, I can just take it down when done and only hook it up when needed. Works even for heavy items (sheets, towels, etc.) as long as I put them near the trees for support. Love the product.
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