Portable rotary clothes airer – let it blow!

Portable rotary clothes airer
  • Pricing and value for money - shop around
  • Product quality
  • Easy to use - yes, but take care when packing away.
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Summary

The clothes airer is a “must” for those undertaking long tours. Allow mother nature to dry your laundry!

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Travelling long-term may pose a problem or two in connection with washing and drying. However, in addition to the portable twin tub, we also carry a portable rotary clothes airer to assist with drying. Often a washing line will suffice. Some campsites have rules regarding the use of washing lines. Whilst staying at sites with these rules, I have never had any complaints when using the portable rotary clothes airer.

The portable rotary clothes airer is ready for action!

Portable airer secured to the ground with steel pegs.

The airer is light weight and some are supplied with a carry case. We also use tent pegs to hold our portable rotary clothes airer in place – especially on windy days! If you decide to purchase one of these, shop around both in terms of price and also the number of arms for hanging clothes. Some have three arms and some have four, we use the four armed option as it gives more hanging space.

Where to buy a portable rotary clothes airer?

Those on longer tours will find the airer to be well worth the money particularly when hanging out towels and so on.

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  1. mavis nye April 12, 2011
    • Motorhome Voyager April 12, 2011
  2. Pat Hay April 13, 2011

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