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Premium Clothesline Kits

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Today's Price: $29.95 - $54.95
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Give your noisy, energy-hogging dryer a break, get your laundry dry for free and enjoy the experience, too. Just choose the length that's right for your yard or outdoor space. These kits are very popular in our retail store. Imported.

Our complete kits come with:

  • Plastic coated, stranded wire cable clothesline (1700 lb)
  • A pair of rustproof zinc pulleys
  • A pair of screw eye hooks
  • An aluminum ratcheting tightener
  • Clear, simple mounting instructions

Note: 25 ft. and 50 ft. clothesline kits have 6-1/2" pulleys
75 ft. clothesline kit has 8" pulleys

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PREMIUM CLOTHESLINE KITS DESCRIPTION
Using stranded wire (woven of multiple wires), these clotheslines give you more flexibility than solid wire lines, making it easier to use. 
  • 25-ft Clothesline Kit comes with 50 ft. of line and 6-1/2" pulleys. 4 lb.
  • 50-ft Clothesline Kit comes with 100 ft. of line and 6-1/2" pulleys. 4 lb.
  • 75-ft Clothesline Kit comes with 150 ft. of line and 8" pulleys. 7 lb.

Customer Reviews of Premium Clothesline Kits
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(39 reviews)
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- 4/9/2014
said: Tanya
"Just like everyone else, I too love my clothesline. I had one already but it was rope and two small pulleys that I had done myself. Recently we took down the tree that my line was hooked to and I decided to buy a new one. This was easy to install and the cable runs very smoothly. All you need in one kit. "
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- 10/2/2013
said: Rose
"I LOVE using my new clothesline, especially being able to hang and take down all my wash from the porch. We have purchased the spacers as well, and realized as we were installing the line that if we put the tightener ratchet on the top at the far pole, as the directions stated, it was impossible to use the spacers (which are necessary on a 75 foot distance)! So we installed the ratchet on the BOTTOM line right at my end, and I hang all the wash after it and push it out to the far pole. I have also learned to put a clothespin after the spacer so it does not roll onto my items of clothing and get caught. I've learned several little tricks, and it has made hanging wash outside a pleasure again!"
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- 9/23/2013
said: Judith Beaver
"Haven't put it up yet. Waiting til husband has time. I will love it. My son has one at his house. No more walking in the dirt around our cabin in the woods to hang up laundry. Snakes are out there :)"
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- 4/8/2013
said: Mrs. smith
"My husband & I just installed your premium clothesline kit (50 ft.) yesterday and everything works as it is suppose to. Looking forward to using the clothesline this summer. Thank you."
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- 1/7/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I ordered this kit to trade newspapers back and forth with my next door neighbor, without having to shovel a path through our Minnesota winters. It's perfect! I had envisioned the old-style pulley clothesline, and Lehman's was the only one to provide the entire kit. It does everything it's supposed to do, and it looks authentic, too. I love it!"
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- 9/21/2012
said: Joel Yoder
"We love our new clothes line kit. It had exactly what we needed. I also ordered the line spacers separately but we cannot use them with the kit. The kit has everything you need. Good product. Good price."
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- 7/25/2012
said: Dolores Smith
"Great Clothes line.. I wish I had bought it years ago. Clothes dry faster on the line than in the dryer! Great serice!"
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- 5/12/2012
said: Shawn Hudspeth
"My husband was sceptical, when I ordered this. He thought he would put it up for me, and I would seldom use it,but it has become an everyday thing, he mounted it off our balcony, and everyday I go outside with loads of laundry, I can stand in one place, in the shade of my porch, and hang out our clothes. Much more important, I found out within a month of looking at the electric bill, how much of a savings I was making. it pays for it's self within the first 2 month.With the cost of everything going up these days, every little bit helps. I love it."
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- 4/4/2012
said: Eileen M. Murphy
"This is the second Premium Clothesline Kit that I installed in 3 weeks. You don't need to torgue the clothline tightener with any tools. Using your own strength is enough. This kit is very much worth the money. I ordered a second kit to put on my screened porch on rainy days. If you do the math it costs so little more to just order the kit than to order the pulleys, clothesline or extra tighteners separately then you'll have the extra pulleys to have on hand or give to someone else. Love, love, love the clothesline kit."
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- 3/16/2012
said: Norma Nicholson
"Used one for years when the kids were small and I didn't have a drier. The line stayed taunt and didn't droop as long as you kept it adjusted. I always washed the line with a damp cloth to be sure the line was clean and never had a problem with it. Loved the way the clothes smelled. After I got a drier I still used it until the clothes were nearly dry and then put them in the drier and not only did they smell great but were soft and cuddly."
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