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

After over 20 years industrial experience, I quit my managerial position to study for a degree in...

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

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

    2 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant! Love it!

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    meanwun

    6 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