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Good for smaller clothing, not so good for large shirts,
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This review is from: Hills Expanding Indoor Clothes Drying Rack Clothesline (Kitchen)Well as soon as I unfolded it from the box one of the silver dome caps on the hinge broke off and the thing collapsed. I reassembled it and replaced the dome on the hinge with a wad of duct tape since the dome itself wouldn't stay on. Once assembled the middle section works fine and is sturdy enough for to hang just about everything including wet jeans, but the side wings are not wide enough to dry pants or even a large shirt. Im a big guy with XL size shirts and the side wings fall about 3-4 inches short on the width of my shirt, so unless I want wrinkles on the sides of my shirts I either have to use the middle sections (of which there are like 6-8 wires) or hang them somewhere else in my room. All the wings are good for are things like boxers, socks, and hand towels. I cant hang shirts, pants, shorts, or anything other than boxers and socks on the side things. All in all this rack can dry a large load of laundry, but if you do more than one load per day then you're out of luck (buy another one if you have the room for its 6' by 2' footprint)Update 7/11/2011: The people at Breeze actually emailed me and offered to send me a new domed hinge piece for free. I just cannot believe that there is actually a company that reads their own reviews and then goes out of their way to help in any way possible. Excellent customer service!
UPDATE May 2013: After 1.5 years of use it is still holding strong. The center bars/beams are showing a little drooping, likely due to hanging heavy wet jeans on there, but its not so much drooping that it affects the performance. Good stuff.