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Better than a clothesline because it’s portable – and you won’t spend a cent on electricity – our drying rack is the best we’ve found for versatility and durability. You’ll also conserve natural resources and reduce air pollution by drying laundry naturally. Made from unfinished pine. Has 50 feet of drying space. 58”H x 30”W x 40”D. 12 lbs. USA.

Large Wooden Drying Rack Features:
  • 50 feet of drying space
  • Portable
  • Made in the USA
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Please note: In humid climates, please make sure that the rack has ample time to dry between uses.

Express shipping is available, please call for rates. Can be shipped within the contiguous U.S. only. Cannot be shipped to a P.O. Box. Gift wrap not available.

Dimensions open: 58”H x 30”W x 40”D

Dimensions folded: 59"H x 30"W x 4"D

Weight: 12 lbs.

Print"I get the fresh smell of air-dried laundry when I use your Wood Drying Rack. Plus, I use it for wet bathing suits, shoes and even my daughter's paintings." -A. Dingman, Austin, TX
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best drying racks available. I own three of these, and have used them for over 10 years. They are sturdy, smooth and have paid for themselves many times over. Not only do I save a fortune on electricity, but my clothing and linens last so much longer and look so much better by not being cooked in a dryer. I can't imagine ever being without them. September 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by No snags Worth the extra expense: high quality wood, no snagging or splintering, solid, does indeed hold whole load. Easy up, easy down. Only problem is storage; taller, bigger than it looks in photo. June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Drying Rack... This is the best drying rack; there is plenty of room for everything. Very sturdy for a Large Wool blanket. I highly recommend. June 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product - really works well I recently purchased this drying rack to replace a smaller one that I have had for years. The older one collapsed on a regular basis and the unfinished doles snagged my clothing. This large wooden drying rack is perfectly designed and very well made. No snags, no collapses when full of clothes, and the doles are staggered to make hanging clothes so much easier. I highly recommend it, especially for fleece or partially dried sweats or other cotton clothing. December 4, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good dryer, but not great I bought this drying rack years ago, and it worked great initially.  I need to replace it now because  one  of the rungs is broken and most of the rungs have some degree of discoloration on them (which transfers onto all light colored clothes so they need to be hung inside out on the worst racks).  I was hoping by now someone would have made this size rack out of recycled plastic, but I can't seem to find one anywhere. As I don't know how to stop wooden racks from molding/discoloring  over time, I will have to just stick with my conventional dryer until I find something that I can feel good about buying.( I have had this dryer for more years than I can remember though, so it's not like it was a bad deal!) June 20, 2013
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I usually lay my sweaters flat on the carpet to dry.  I'm interested in this rack and  have a concern that hanging sweaters over the bars will leave them with an obvious line where it was hanging?  Does that happen?  Can you tell you dried a sweater over a bar?
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Hasn't happened to me, and I have dried my cashmere sweaters on them for years.
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Top rack rods flatten. I lay a towel across, then whatever needs to dry flat. Good air circulation, quicker than on carpet. No hanging.
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I have never had customers complain of a dry line when using this item with sweaters but they could be using the flat rack on the top to lay them over. The other thing you could do if it did dry with a crease would be to put your sweaters on a hanger and then hang them from the dowels.
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I drape my sheets over the top of the racks; they dry very quickly that way. I put the pillowcases on the inside rods while the top and fitted sheets are draped over the top (I have three of these racks; I put one sheet on a rack at a time). Works beautifully; even flannel sheets dry well.
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I turn it away from the prevailing wind or bring it inside. I've never used clothespins
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You wound need to find clothes pins that open wide enough to accommodate the rod. However if it is windy enough to necessitate clothes pins it might blow over if it's not anchored to the ground somehow.
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It can currently be back ordered through customer service at (877) 989-6321, 7AM-6PM MST, M-F. They should be available for shipping any day now. We were expecting our shipment on 5/20.
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I set the top rack at an angle and drape the sheet over the entire rack. King size I fold in two first. Sometimes I gather the extra sheet from the bottom and hang it on a lower rack. Whatever way I do it, it always works.
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I have occasionally hung a sheet or duvet cover on this. Now, you can't just fling it over the rack - it's not quite big enough. But I will take two chairs and drape each sheet/cover end over a chair. Works pretty well.
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I think anything besides a twin sheet would be pretty hard to dry on this rack. You would have to drape them one at a time over the entire rack to do so.
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I've never worried about weight because it is so sturdy. I have hung up to 6 bath towels on it plus socks and underwear with no problem. I've hung heavy cotton table cloths and king size sheets. It is stable and sturdy.
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I can tell you, I use this rack EVERY day. It can hold 2- 3 large loads of laundry. I only machine dry our towels everything else gets air dryed on this rack, jeans, get hung on hangers and hung on the sides, socks, everything else gets hung on the inside. On non laundry days I fold the beautiful rack together and it stacks slim in the corner for air drying our daily shower/ bath towels....this is magnificent, made in vermont, sturdy. we have 2 one in the country, one in the city....10 stars out of this world..!! and supports several large size loads of laundry easily...it's sturdy as an oak tree...!!!!
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This item hasn't been tested for weight capacity but it will easily hold one load of laundry.
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