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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.
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-countryEach items' "Rick tested" features work to make every trip smoother and more enjoyable -Materials: Braided Natural Rubber
This clothes line is amazing and works so well. I used it on my cruise and clipped magnets on each end and it held all of my clothes up the entire 10 days!Published 5 days ago by Jayme
Everyone who travels should have one of these. You just put it up in the bathroom of your hotel room with the handy Velcro ends, wash your clothes in the sink, roll them in a... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Vicki P
Not the easiest to use. It's just a large braided rubber band. The Velcro has a hard time some times. But still works like a clothes line so not too badPublished 13 days ago by Googleme.
The braided latex allows you to hang clothes without pins. Used it on a recent trip to Japan and was completely satisfied. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Kyle Thomas
No more hotel shower filled with bathing suits! Had this 25 floors up with some windy days and never lost anything! Must have for our family!Published 28 days ago by james william lopez
My first travel pack involved a "clothesline" make of linen cord that I cut off a spool once used in bookbinding--essentially strong yarn. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L0RD_BUG
As advertised, a very helpful way to hang laundry to dry! We used it on a 7 day boat trip, hung laundry in the cabin to dry, all my travel companions were impressed and glad I... Read morePublished 7 months ago by NH Bluebird