The Sunshine Clothes Dryer, with its one pole, umbrella design is just in time for upcoming winter weather. One pole means less ground snow to shovel and Sunshine Clothes Dryer's foldable, rotary, umbrella-style clothesline design keeps snow and ice off. With four sturdy 7-foot long arms, made of wood, and 132-feet of rope, this outdoor clothesline provides ample drying area and strong construction to withstand winter weather. Steel braces and connections.
Online PR News – 22-November-2010 – – Parkersburg, IA: With a foldable one-pole design, the Sunshine Clothes Dryer is built to withstand winter's worst of snow and ice.
Sunshine Clothes Dryer is a rotary, umbrella-style clothesline. Its rugged, yet attractive, construction touts 4 seven-foot long arms, made of yellow pine wood. It has 1/2-inch X 19-gauge galvanized steel arm braces, and a 14-gauge galvanized steel spider assembly. The construction is designed to withstand the elements as well as heavy laundry loads, says its manufacturer, G & G Industries. When not in use, simply fold the arms against the pole to keep off ice and snow. And, since the Sunshine Dryer rests on a single pole, trudging through, and shoveling snow, below hanging laundry is an easier winter task.
With 132-feet of polyethylene rope, arranged in five rows, the Sunshine Clothes Dryer provides ample hanging area for laundry. It can easily handle four to five washer loads and up to four king size sheets, says the manufacturer, G & G Industries, Inc. A nice feature is a "quick-set" lock adjust to keep the line tight.
A 6-foot pole(2-inch O.D. 18-gauge), rests in a rust-free PVC ground socket. This ground socket does not need to be set in concrete, says the manufacturer, and it allows the pole to be easily removed for lawn mowing, freeing up yard space and for storage. An included cap for the ground socket keeps debris and water out.
The unit is height adjustable.
Sunshine Clothes Dryer's rotary umbrella design, with its four 7-foot arms, provides a generous clothes hanging area. Its distance diagonally corner-to-corner is 13-feet, and the longest distance between arms is nearly 9-feet. The lines are spaced far enough apart to allow optimum amounts of sunshine and wind to dry clothes.
The Sunshine Clothes Dryer is shipped manufacturer-direct to customers from Parkersburg, Iowa, in America's Heartland. The entire unit comes completely assembled and ships UPS or FedEx.
G & G Industries, Inc. also manufactures flag poles, and the Saw-Jaw, a woodworking tool that makes circular saw blade changes less of a hassle.