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Clothesline Spacer

Item #65500
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Keeps your clotheslines spaced properly, prevents laundry from tangling while on the clothesline.
  • Rust-proof, cast aluminum with brass axle pins
  • 9-1/2"L
  • 1/2 lb
  • China
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CLOTHESLINE SPACER DESCRIPTION
"We have a long line and I put the spacers out every so often and they work great. They keep the line from sagging." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"This is a "must have" if you have the clothes line kit, keeps your laundry from wrapping around both lines. I just ordered 2 of them, 1 to keep as a back up, for hanging out my blankets, and quilts with." --Shawn

Customer Reviews of Clothesline Spacer
Product Rating: 4.2 out of 5.0(10 reviews)
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- 7/28/2013
said: Anonymous User
"We have a long line and I put the spacers out every so often and they work great. They keep the line from sagging."
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- 5/27/2013
said: Susie
"Works like a charm if installed properly. The line needs to be installed on the inside of the rollers not the top. Just hook it on after the clothline is up. If done by feeding the line through the spacer before installation it will not operate properly. We have the 50 foot kit. We learned the hard way but it was worth the adjustment. "
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- 6/5/2012
said: Barb
"Solidly built and strong enough to hold in a good wind. Helps to keep the line from sagging. With my 75' lines I'll need two to help hold up the line. I'd buy these again."
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- 5/12/2012
said: Shawn Hudspeth
"This is a "must have" if you have the clothes line kit, keeps your laundry from wrapping around both lines. I just ordered 2 of them, 1 to keep as a back up, for hanging out my blankets, and quilts with."
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- 4/18/2012
said: P.H.
"We just installed our new clothesline, ratchet and spacers. We love them! My old spacers were only 5", these being 9 1/2" make pulling the line much easier for me. Thanks for the good products."
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- 3/16/2012
said: Norma Nicholson
"Used one years ago and it worked wonders at keeping the line from drooping."
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- 3/20/2011
said: Patricia
"This is a solid product and keeps the lines near it from sagging. I have had to jounce it off the line and it fell 20+ feet to the asphalt. The spacer was fine, not dents at all. I am new at clotheslines so I'm still experimenting as to where to put it, but I have learned that if it bumps into the winder or whatever holds your ends together, you can't move the line any further. I am very glad of this product and bought two as my line passes over the main driveway and I need my lines UP. :-)"
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- 2/28/2011
said: Tony
"On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a 7. It performs its purpose but I'm just not sure how long it will last. Could possibly be made better."
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- 8/22/2011
said: tina
"this works to keep the line from sagging but it is awful with the pully system. i cannot get the lines to slide with the pully system with this on the lines. the lines get stuck and will not move. it does not work right with the pully syatem and is a pain. not sure why. any ideas please let me know."
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- 10/11/2012
said: Al Hamilton
"Maybe it works if you have the 8" pulleys that Lehman sell but if you have smaller it is a waste of time simply disconnects from the bottom line and hangs from the upper."
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