Low Cost, Home-made Wooden Pulley Drying Rack/airer/dryer. Including How to Make the Wooden Pulleys. Bricolez, Etendoir a Linge Suspendu

About: I am an escapee from modern life, now living by the sea in a forest garden in France. After over 20 years industrial experience, I quit my managerial position to study for a degree in Engineering. That done ...

All recycled materials, including how to make the wooden pulleys. Cheap and cheerful engineering in the practical use of recycled untreated pallet and fruit crate wood to make a pulley creel/airer/dryer. Detailed, step-by-step images and explanation. Great for drying washing, herbs, flowers and chillies above a woodburner or heat source.
Utile et pratique l'utilisation des palettes non traitées recyclé et de bois de cagette pour faire un étendoir à linge suspendu. Détaillées étape par étape, des images et des explications. Idéal pour le séchage de linge, des herbes, des fleurs et des piments.
Lien musical: http://www.archive.org/details/Jig-a-Reel

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    eviegirl

    3 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant! Love it!

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    meanwun

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Ingenious. I wish I would have thought about this before I bought a pulley system to store my bike.

    Thanks, you are welcome! Hope you have fun making one. Best Wishes from Basse-Normandie, Organikmechanic aka Andy