Minky retractable clothes line £4.49 @ Aldi & free delivery, available to pre order now SOLD OUT ONLINE
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Minky retractable clothes line £4.49 @ Aldi & free delivery, available to pre order now SOLD OUT ONLINE

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Found 28th Mar 2016
SOLD OUT ONLINE
only available in store from 31st March

Next cheapest is Dunelm at £5.99

This 15-metre-long PVC washing line. Supplied with all the necessary fittings, it's easy to put up and can be wiped clean.

Features

•Wipe clean
•Supplied with all fixings, including hooks, screws and wall anchors

Colour: Grey
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I love these,no need to leave the line out all year round
Exactly
Good deal, thanks OP!
Ordered!
deb8z

I love these,no need to leave the line out all year round




no need, but I do!
neal

no need, but I do!



If I left mine out OH would hang himself on it everyday
I have one of these with the double line, it's fab, highly recommend
Thanks for this - been thinking of getting one of these for some time.
deb8z

If I left mine out OH would hang himself on it everyday


same, kid is always wanting to play some game they just made up which involves me ducking under 2 lines or decapitating myself
could you attach one to a normal washing pole somehow like this? or only really screw onto sides of stuff?

http://www.allinone.co.uk/eCommerce/ProductImages/Zoom/5016227900158~1.jpg
Done.... Thanks OP bought two for the missus...

Always garroting myself in the garden, so this should stop this from happening.
Great find :-)
hmm some very mixed reviews on Amazon for this. Great price though.
I have this and have found it to be robust, especially considering the price!
I've got this and it's very good.
Might be a dumb question but where do you fix the other end of the line to? Are you meant to wrap it around something and bring the blue clip back to main unit to fit onto that?
link doesn't work
chasolo

link doesn't work


Worked fine for me
scott_safc

Might be a dumb question but where do you fix the other end of the line … Might be a dumb question but where do you fix the other end of the line to? Are you meant to wrap it around something and bring the blue clip back to main unit to fit onto that?


Wherever you want, there are so many different ways...drill a hole in the wall ( H&S: Do not do this unless you are fully qualified and you have full PPE, personal protective equipment, it is your own responsibility to wear appropriate clothing footwear and eyewear, NOT in Gucci glasses in a bikini & high heels) and fix an object to the wall that you could wind it round, same as for wood, if you hang it onto say a metal hook, the plastic won't last that long as it is taking the strain. Try sleeve anchors, heavy duty storage hooks, a pole... I hope this offers a little help
Edited by: "emptyed" 28th Mar 2016
emptyed

Wherever you want, there are so many different ways...drill a hole in the … Wherever you want, there are so many different ways...drill a hole in the wall ( H&S: Do not do this unless you are fully qualified and you have full PPE, personal protective equipment, it is your own responsibility to wear appropriate clothing footwear and eyewear, NOT in Gucci glasses in a bikini & high heels) and fix an object to the wall that you could wind it round, same as for wood, if you hang it onto say a metal hook, the plastic won't last that long as it is taking the strain. Try sleeve anchors, heavy duty storage hooks, a pole... I hope this offers a little help


OOOh and lap dancing poles are against health & safety too
EMtart

hmm some very mixed reviews on Amazon for this. Great price though.



Got one last time these were on deals a year ago and must say they are great. I leave mine stretched all the time but if you wanted you can just unwind and stretch it out as and when required. Really good IMHO.
EMtart

hmm some very mixed reviews on Amazon for this. Great price though.


Maybe it is not so much the product they dislike, maybe its the way they have installed it...quite a few people don't know that once you have finished using the line, there is a pin that holds it onto whatever it is attached to, pull it out and put the line in your peg bag/box until the next washing day. I am saying this preserves the life, I have had mine constantly outside for 18 months now and it was still going strong in the wind yesterday...
We have the minky factory shop here so even cheaper from there!!
Can this be used indoors
emtaylor48

Can this be used indoors


No. It's been specifically designed to withstand outside use only oO
dustybin1923

We have the minky factory shop here so even cheaper from there!!


Where is here?
emtaylor48

Can this be used indoors


They do have an indoor one with, i think, five 5 lines but the cheapest place was Dunelm (_;)
emptyed

Where is here?


It's 7.99 "here" - minky.com/uk/…tml
emptyed

Where is here?



Rochdale
emtaylor48

Can this be used indoors



Maybe, but you're probably better off getting an indoor one that can make better used of a confined space.
deb8z

If I left mine out OH would hang himself on it everyday



Why would he do it every day? He only has to do it once to get away from you
don't they do the double one anymore? never see it. Maybe its a bit chunky though!
Edited by: "red23" 28th Mar 2016
chasolo

link doesn't work



Neither does this washing line, mine lasted 6 weeks tops and that was with nothing heavier than a shirt or two. Junk.
got one from wilko for £4.00 and it looks the same.
Anyone else unable to find/ connect to Aldi's website?
Link doesn't work for me using iPhone app. Just shows a blank page with hotukdeals.digidip.net
Do you also need a pole with these?
Pretty sure I saw these in b&m for 2.99
deeky

Why would he do it every day? He only has to do it once to get away from … Why would he do it every day? He only has to do it once to get away from you



Oi you
Hughsee

Do you also need a pole with these?



Mines screwed into the wall at one end and then the plastic bit on it is attached to a hook that OH put on the fence like this.

http://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/310885755689-0-1/s-l1000.jpg
Edited by: "Domthedonkey" 29th Mar 2016
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