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.

Step 1: Materials Used - PVC Clothesline

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 ($8).
Whoa, you hung Mickey out to dry!<br /> <br /> Good info here.&nbsp; I&nbsp;use the PVC clothesline, as well, though setting it up on a pulley system sure would save a lot of work. &nbsp;I&nbsp;find that the PVC resists the mildew and general ickiness other clotheslines tend to harbor and don't crease clothing as badly as wire lines.&nbsp; <br />
LEMONIE: The pulley is attached to our back lanai, solid 2x4 & 4x4 posts. GRANNY_LEAH2: I used PVC because it worked much better than the more common steel cable with green plastic coating. I also live 200 yards from windward facing shores, very tough conditions for anything made of metal. UPDATE: after a few months of daily use, these clothes lines still work great!
Can you explain why you like the PVC clothesline best?
The pulley you show <em>appears</em> to be mounted on rather weak fencing - can you show us what's really supporting it? Does the horizontal plank fix to fence-posts?<br/><br/>L<br/>

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