Reviewed by HiDesertMom from New Mexico on Tuesday, November 26, 2013
LIKE IT! Folds up when not in use so I can store it in the corner. Lower arms have circumferential clotheslines which hold about a small load of laundry. Only complaint I have is that the lower arms are too low that some longer garments would touch the floor when hung.
Reviewed by ladygardener from VA on Thursday, November 14, 2013
I love this vertical drying piece. Husband assembled & set up with ease. I am especially happy being able to hang my shirts/blouses & whatever with ease. I can lay laundry flat if I want to or take advantage of the ease of hanging laundry like a regular drying rack. I rate this a 4 because of these reasons, the star that's missing is because of the strings. They're more like a clothes line than a regular drying rack causing more of the laundry to have a crease, though the wires are covered with plastic (?). An inexpensive change ( price was right) and does so much more than a regular drying rack.
Reviewed by DMS from Colorado on Monday, November 11, 2013
At first I wasn't sure what to think. I put it together (in two seconds) and it just looked a little big. I have a 1000 sq. ft. condo though, mind you. Anyway, I tried it out and quickly fell in love. It's super efficient and can hold up to 55# of laundry on it, easily. I have @ 40-50 pieces hanging on it, in total, right now. I love that it can fold up and be tucked away somewhere fairly discreet, when you're done. Quality is great. Very happy with this purchase. It suits my needs beautifully.
Reviewed by Nicole from Colorado SP from Colorado on Sunday, October 27, 2013
This drying system was very easy to assemble and great for drying a variety of types of clothes. We love how it folds up for storage and the bright colors when extended. It is so fun looking that my five year old and I named it "George the Alien" and he gets excited every time we do laundry!