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Dry clothes without electricity! This simple and inexpensive ($20) pulley clothesline allows you to stay in a stationary shaded area while your clothes take the journey.
Living in Hawaii, line dried clothes just makes sense (CENTS!). I've tried several types of commercially available clotheslines, but have found the PVC style to work the best ...
I found these at Lowes for about $4 each. They have several pukas (holes) for mounting and are rated at 100lbs.
Blocks were used to change the angle of the flat mounted pulleys. Use 3" screws and a powerful screw gun or drill to drive them in.
Find the best location for clotheslines. Here I was able to mount the pulleys under our back Lanai to protect us from the sun. On the opposite end ...
Make a loop on one end of the line. Make sure the knot is on the top side of the pulleys. Pull the other end of line through ...
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