Dec 14, 2014
This rack is an old idea brought back to life. I had my mother's rack, at least 50 years old, and showed it to an Amish friend who is a fine craftsman. He recreated the design and now makes these racks for Lehman's. He gave me his prototype to test. I love it! My mother's rack is now retired and I use the new one all the time. I pass on this tip from my mother - if you have floor registers, fill the rack with laundry, cover the whole rack with one or more sheets, and set the rack over the register. Air blowing up from beneath dries everything in a couple hours time. But if you don't have floor registers, the rack still works great, just takes longer. Also I set the rack outside in the summer time if it's not too windy because I don't have a clothesline.
Feb 11, 2014
couldn't believe it when I saw it...we've had Gram's for 35 years, now, and she probably had it for just as many. Not a single arm missing or damaged after all these decades. She lived in Deposit, NY, so it probably was made in PA. It's the best and we love it! Buy One, pass it on! :-)