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Outdoor clothesline dry your laundry in the warmth of the sun and the comforting breeze

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Introduction There is truly nothing quite as refreshing as the clean linen smell of laundry that has been dried outdoors in the warmth of the sun and the cool comforting breeze. For many people, the Breezecatcher outdoor clothesline is by far the most favored of all clotheslines available on the market today. Though the number and style of clotheslines is abundant, and the features ever so varied, the overall design, features, functionality, and presence of the Breezecatcher has been "catching the hearts" of consumers across the globe. Offering a lightweight, typical umbrella style that is easy to use and affords...

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The Rotary Umbrella Clothesline: History of its Invention.

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In consequence to our search for anything vintage and old either for the sake of nostalgia or for economic benefits, clotheslines have started to make an appearance yet again. As history repeats itself, we are more than aware of the utilitarian value of clotheslines and their ease of maintenance. The Apron Revolution focuses more on the habits of the old which stand as a better economic solution today. And one of its primary intention has been to bring clothesline back into fashion, as a 'green' alternative to the washing machine and clothes dryers which guzzle down huge supple of energy...

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Why You Should Switch To An Outdoor Umbrella Clothesline

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Still Using An Electric Clothes Dryer? Here's 5 Reasons Why You Should Switch To An Outdoor Umbrella Clothesline In most American households, the clothes dryer is a must-have appliance that is designed to make modern life easier, but did you know that these power-hungry machines are a relatively new fixture in our laundry rooms? The first mass-produced electric dryer was made by the Hamilton Electric Company in 1938, however, the high cost of this appliance meant that only the wealthiest of families could afford to dry their clothes indoors. Clotheslines continued to be the norm in the vast majority of...

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