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Home Living : November 3rd 2009
8 HLF - HOME LIVING: NORTH WEST, Tuesday, November 3, 2009 Beat the rain and save on power bills HOMELIVING » ADVERTISING FEATURE ASK THE EXPERTS When it rains and you simply have to wash, where do you put all those wet clothes, towels and sheets apart from using a dryer that costs the earth? Mrs Peggs owner Pat Roberts says a Handy Line can handle a full load of washing including large items like bedsheets and the Handy Line can be placed indoors or out. Is the washing a bit cramped? The lines are well spaced to reduce clothes bumping into each other and speed up the drying process. Will the Handy Line blow over in windy conditions? The Handy Line has a unique stance and is very sturdy, but common sense has to prevail as it is freestanding. If it is very windy it is advisable to place the Handy Line in an enclosed area. If you're planning to go out, as weather conditions can change suddenly, it is advisable to place it in a protected area. On a normal breezy wash day it works well. Does it fold away neatly, because we would like to take it when we camp and caravan? It folds away flat for easy storage. It can be stored behind a door, on a closet, in the bathtub and many other small spaces. It can also be stored in many vehicles for use on your trips. Is it strong? It is built to handle tough weather conditions and is designed for durability -- every nut, bolt and washer is stainless steel, the main bar, crossbars and legs are powder-coated aluminium and the clothesline is PVC- covered plaited fibre (not plastic-coated wire), making the product weather and rust proof. I am still using the original prototype, which is now over 10 years old and left out in the weather all year round, proving its quality and durability. How will the Handy Line help me improve power consumption? The Handy Line eliminates the use of an electric dryer, effectively and efficiently delivering an environmentally friendly solution that will reduce your power bills as well as work with you at reducing your household's carbon footprint. Where can I buy the Handy Line? The Handy Line is only available direct. Visit mrspeggshandyline.com.au or call 1800 111 811.
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