I think it's the best 50 pounds I've spent in a long time!
Thank you for the advice. I have to say the whole concept of an umbrella style cover over a rotary washing line really works and saves pounds not having to use tumble dryer in the winter. I put my washing out to dry all year round now and just having the fresh (London) air blowing through the fibres makes the whole drying process much quicker. Even if washing is damp after a day out on the line in the winter, it only takes a couple of hours before it is bone dry. I wonder what the theory is but the Rotaire Dryline cover has made all the difference to this process. I will be in touch when the replacement cover is heading for the graveyard!
I love my old dryline but it has finally cracked... ?I wouldn't be without one now
Just wanted to tell you that I ran 2 full loads of washing, about 10 kg in total, including jeans, sheets and towels, hung them out in the rain yesterday night and took them down in the rain today in the evening. All were dry, even the towels, although it had rained continuously the whole night and day. Anyone who is sceptical of this product has obviously not tried it. The quality of the material and manufacturing is all excellent, too. Another benefit I found is that your washing days can be rainy days , so when it's lovely and sunny in the garden you can actually enjoy it without filling your garden with washing. I will never have a rotary dryer without one of these! Thanks again.
I've used the dryline all the way through winter. I hung the washing out on the very coldest of days and then bought it in and put it on an airer inside to get it completely dry. No tumble drier for us this winter!