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Sea to Summit Lite Line Clothesline
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- Clothesline measures more than 11'6
- Dual cord with beads to hold garments in place
- Stows away in the tiniest nylon pouch
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So tiny and compact, you’ll take this clothesline with you on all your trips.
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This is 11-feet long and very small and light-weight.
Our only question was how to hang clothes. We didn't want to haul clothespins, and knew that hanging t-shirts or socks over the line meant the clothing might not dry.
The solution? Bread bag tags. Yep, the little rectangular thingies with the bread pull date on them. Perfect for clothespins! They are free, lightweight, and if they break, you just toss them. They take up no room and worked like a charm. Why didn't we think of this years ago?
So our laundry kit consisted of: this clothesline, a handful of bread bag tags, a small neoprene bottle with powdered detergent, and a rubber sink stopper, just in case.
Result--doing hand laundry on the cruise ship was so easy that we had actually overpacked. Didn't need many of the clothes we took because all of our polyester/nylon shirts and pants washed out in the sink and easily dried overnight.
This clothesline is very easy to set up, the beads held our shirts, and the bread bag tags held everything else.
This clothesline and the bread bag tags are now a permanent part of our travel supplies.
Highly recommend this travel clothesline!
I've got the line fastened to three points on the inside of a tent I sleep in, just above my rack. Occasionally, I need to slide the little beads closer to my blouses that are hanging on the line, but they're so heavy I'm surprised they stay at all. Just about everyday, a few times a day, a helicopter comes in (I'm deployed and I sleep next to a landing zone) and shakes our tent to hell and back, but the line keeps a hold of all my hanging objects.
I love it - highly recommended. (Wish I'd bought two of them)
All in all, I would recommend saving a little money and buying a utility cord that is a bit longer, lighter and stronger.