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Unless you're willing to over-pack, or spend valuable time in laundromats, you'll want to wash some items in your hotel room sink. But, how to dry? Our handy clothesline stretches to 7 feet easily attaching to door knobs, window latches, etc. The triple braided design eliminates the need for clothespins. Great for traveling, camping or even at home! KIVA's exclusive Rick Steves line of travel luggage and accessories is designed to be practical, durable and light weight - ideal for the frequent traveler, whether for Europe or cross-country. Each items' "Rick tested" features work to make every trip smoother and more enjoyable.
RSK-9300 Features: -Made of latex.-Designed by Rick Steves. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 6' long.
Although this product is good quality, I found we really do not need when traveling.Published 9 days ago by Sherrill Gammon
Worked well for us as we travel. Especially handy when we were in a room with a balcony. Hand washed quite a few of our clothes. We're still on the road.Published 15 days ago by TravlnLola
LOVE LOVE these! We bought two for our 12-month round-the-world trip, and EVERYBODY we came across while traveling had some crappy rope line and always exclaimed how great our... Read morePublished 18 days ago by breazey
I purchased 2 large suction cups from a hardware store. The suction cups stayed on my shower wall during the entire river cruise. Read morePublished 24 days ago by pampa9
If you travel, then trust me on this advice; Awesome product and has worked great in every situation I have needed it and has allowed me to kiss those dinky little retractable... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Capn Jack
I bought this for a trip to Europe where I anticipated staying in hotels for a week and doing laundry in the bathrooms. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alena L.
Didn't use as much as we expected, too much "spring" to it so it doesn't really stretch, so you have to have almost the perfect length between your chose "anchors"... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S.M.
Pretty hard to work clothes through the twisted rubber band stuff. Easier to simply lay wet clothes across it and hope they don't slide off.Published 1 month ago by joelee