clothes airer

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Earthmother
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Re: clothes airer

Post: #181847 Earthmother
Tue Dec 29, 2009 3:55 pm

The drying racks/aireres are available online here http://www.pulleymaid.com/Classic_Clothes_Airer.htm, this is the cheapest site I have seen, even so they are more than I expected!

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Re: clothes airer

Post: #181868 indy
Tue Dec 29, 2009 7:17 pm

I have one of the sheila maids over the rayburn, its a godsend, got mine from a carboot :iconbiggrin:
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Re: clothes airer

Post: #181935 fruitcake
Wed Dec 30, 2009 10:07 am

I got mine from L@kel@nd cos I couldn't find any at the time - twas before i ventured onto fleabay :roll:
I love it - use it all the time - ours is over the washing machine in the utility room so the stuff can hang there as long as it likes out the road until i do another washing, lol :lol:

Freestanding fold up clothes airers are always good too - i keep one in the cupboard that has t he central heating manifold in as its cosy in there (the cat likes it too :cooldude: )
- my OH calls these fold up ones Winters Dykes which I think is a brilliant name for them - my gran called them clothes horses.


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