I like that this expanding star drying rack can fold up and be taken to a different location or put away. Sometimes you just may not want it in the yard and then sometimes you may need to chase the sun to get clothing dried, this would work for both. It could also be set up indoors on a rainy or snowy day which makes it super versatile. For hundreds of years, people have been hanging their clothes up in the backyard on clothes lines strung up across to posts or trees drying them in the warm, fresh air. While it is very effective, if you don’t have the backyard space big enough to string clothes line up and still want to dry your clothes outside, you have to be very resourceful. This article was designed to introduce the reader to alternative, a folding clothes drying rack.
The diy project is from A Piece of Rainbow. The author was hoping to show people that there are alternatives to the old-fashioned clothes line for outdoor drying of clothes. The DIY project shows how most anyone with some skills with power tools can easily use the information to build one on their own.
Benefits of reading the DIY Projects: Ditch the Clothesline for a DIY Expanding Star Drying Rack
Discover how simple it is to make this convenient way to dry a lot of clothes in a small amount of space.
The article includes a complete list of the all of the necessary materials, supplies, and tools needed.
It also includes an easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide on how to build it.
There are numerous full-color pictures and brief video that help to provide a really good visual reference.
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