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Pegless Clothes Line £2.04 delivered @ Argos

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Pegless Clothes Line £2.04 delivered @ Argos

Perfect for holidays

100% would recommend to a friend

* An ingeniously designed clothes line which does not require pegs.
* Stretch the clothes line and push the laundry between the elastic strands.
* Attach with suction cups.
* Ideal for bathrooms and smooth surfaces.
* Length 155cm.
* Ensure cups are attached securely to avoid risk of injury.
* Manufacturer's guarantee of 2 years.
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#1
These are brilliant, it's the first thing I pack when we go on holiday! Might have to get a second one now, thank you!
#2
Smallfish
These are brilliant, it's the first thing I pack when we go on holiday! Might have to get a second one now, thank you!


i agree - i wasn't sure before i tried - buy they are fab ;) i am fully converted !
#3
hi guys, can anyone tell me how much they can hold?

lucerysmum
Smallfish
These are brilliant, it's the first thing I pack when we go on holiday! Might have to get a second one now, thank you!


i agree - i wasn't sure before i tried - buy they are fab ;) i am fully converted !
#4
Nice thanks - handy for hols with the kids stuff. Heat added!
#5
stephmcd
hi guys, can anyone tell me how much they can hold?
lucerysmum
Smallfish
These are brilliant, it's the first thing I pack when we go on holiday! Might have to get a second one now, thank you!
i agree - i wasn't sure before i tried - buy they are fab ;) i am fully converted !

I'd say it depends. I don't use the suckers as they're not very strong. You get more strength through fixing with the clips, and if you pull it really tight then from memory (haven't used it for nearly 2 years now) I was able to get about 8 of my kids' tops on there, more possibly, depending on how loosely you hang the stuff. Plus you can then lay items over the top. Knowing the setup of where I'm going on holiday this year, I'm going to get 2 and clip them together. That way I can utilise the whole of the balcony for clothes drying.
#6
Showing as OOS for delivery in my area. Shame, just getting all the holiday stuff together too!

Paul.
#7
Alternatively, use a double length of ordinary clothes line or cord lightly twisted together

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