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Single-Line Instant Retractable Clothesline

Item #1236785
21 reviews
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When you need a clothesline, just pull line out and attach it to included hook. When your clothes are dry and removed, let the line go back in so it stays out of the way. Line extends to almost 50 ft. attaches to vertical surfaces with included hardware. Saves space, swivels flat against wall when not in use. For indoor or outdoor use. Rust resistant plastic housing.
  • Line extends up to 50 feet and can be set at variable lengths
  • Swivels flat against wall when not in use
  • Vinyl line
  • One-year warranty
  • 7"OD
  • 1-3/4"thick
  • 1-1/4 lb
  • China

Note: Included wall plugs for mounting are for brick walls only.


Customer Reviews of Single-Line Instant Retractable Clothesline
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(21 reviews)
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- 7/4/2011
said: Carolee Luecken
"This line lasted one summer, my husband repaired it and this summer with less than 40 lbs on wash on it, the plastic case broke a second time. I would not order this again as, basically, I bought a vinyl clothes line that can only be used full length. We can make do, but are dissappointed, very, in the product."
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- 7/26/2011
said: Pam
"What a great invention this is! I can't remember the last time I spent $20 bucks and felt so good about it! Very tidy and functional."
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- 9/26/2011
said: Nancy
"The retractable clothesline is absolutely perfect! I can't believe I hesitated before purchasing it. The entire transaction has been a pleasure."
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- 3/14/2012
said: Emma
"Great clotheslines. I used to have to deal with constantly taking my clothesline down to accommodate farm wagons coming through, or pushing it up to let horses go under. Now, with this line, when I take my clothes down I simply let it retract and it is out of the way. I use two of these lines to hold a couple loads of wash at a time. The lines do not sag, even with heavy clothing. I've used them going on 2 years, and they work as well now as the day they were (easily) installed."
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- 4/9/2012
said: N. S. Ellis
"This clothesline has a space on my porch during the summer and in a spare bedroom in the winter. No need to worry about rain while drying laundry and in the winter the laundry adds much needed moisture in the house. Simple to use and then retract away."
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- 9/6/2012
said: michelle
"Ours is located in the backyard attached to a hook on the back of the house traveling 50 feet to the L shaped back of my house, giving me a protected sunny location to hang my laundry. The line is strong enough to hold clothing, towels, men's trousers and bed sheets. My grandfather had one and I have been looking for this items for a long time. Lehman's always has unique items for the home and so well made. I wish there was more line than 50 feet as I enjoy doing what my grandparents did in hanging out the laundry. The clothes smell so fresh. Thank you Lehmans for offering well made items of yesteryears."
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- 9/21/2012
said: Delores Green
"I just love this clothesline. Here in North Florida we have so many sunny days that I have been able to save on our electric bill. The clothesline is holding up well and is easy to retract. I am sure it will last for many years"
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- 6/21/2013
said: Bronwyn
"I should mention that I don't think the photo shows the correct usage of this line. After hooking the line, I wrap part of the slack of the cord tight around that little spool (hanging upside down on the piece that is nailed to the fence in the photo). This keeps the line/clothes from sagging."
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- 8/6/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Less than a year old and it has already broken. Had a full load on it and the line snapped."
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- 2/19/2015
said: Elizabeth Fenne3r
"This item worked okay for awhile (over a year), although when extended the full length, it sagged badly--but when it breaks (the spring inside), it is completely done. No way to get inside and replace a part, nothing to do but put it in the recycling bin and hope they can melt it down. Very unhappy with an item that is unrepairable."
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