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Today we are concerned about future supplies of natural resources. Will the oil run out? Dwindling stocks of natural gas. Costs of excavating coal. Natural and man made disasters such as the recent BP oil leak of the south east coast of America have made us think.
The clothes airer or drying rack is a product that somehow transcends time. It comes from the early days when clothes were hand washed and put through a wringer. On good drying days clothes would be hung outside on the washing line. Stretcher poles were used to push the line full of laundry up as high as possible to catch the wind. Each home had a special poles installed on a drying green at the rear of the house. The washing line was stretched from pole to pole.
Clothes airers today take the place of that old fashioned washing line. They operate without using fossil fuel energy. Simply allowing the clothes to dry in the natural airflow. Solar panels are becoming more acceptable. Especially on south facing roofs to catch maximum sun. In southern areas solar panel owners can generate so much energy that they can sell it to the national grid. In the future having your own mini wind farm could become viable. Imagine several mini wind turbines operating in your garden or down your street.
Clothes airers come in various shapes, types and sizes. Indoor clothes airers are easy to install and concertina out to use the available space. After drying they can be reloaded or pushed back into their own wall box. Clothes airers are easily built into a clothes drying system. With a range of indoor and outdoor dryers to choose from plus bathroom, kitchen, wall and floor standing models. Even the old washing line gets a new makeover - a modern four line retractable version which provides some 70 feet of line drying space.