Have a load of laundry coming up? Make the day simpler with a drying rack. Whether you prefer to air dry your clothes for the energy and money savings or want to prevent your clothes from shrinking and fading, a drying rack is an efficient and useful way to do the job.
There are a lot of dryer racks out there such as foldable racks, racks with wheels for easy portability, wall-mounted racks, as well as traditional clothes lines that take up zero floor space. Today we are sharing our top favorite racks with you that are unique and budget-friendly.
For starters, the VDOMUS Stainless Steel Retractable Clothesline is a perfect option for indoor or outdoor clothes drying. This piece will save you a lot of space due to the fact that it attaches to your wall and takes up zero floor space. It’s made with an aadjustable fiber line that extends up to 8 feet. Better yet, it’s priced at just $12.98.
Have a lot of small items that need to dry? The Pro Chef Kitchen Laundry Clothesline Hanging Rack lets you hang up to 18 garments in 1 compact space. It also has a smooth swivel that allows you to effortlessly rotate the rack. This is perfect for socks, intimates, wash clothes and more. This rack is priced at just $14.87.
Another great option is the Household Essentials Portable 2-Tier Clothes Drying Rack for $36.19. With over 2,600 reviews this drying rack is rated 4.1/5 stars. This hanging system can hold up to 72 garments at once. Better yet, this dryer rack can also double as a clothing rack for extra closet space, when needed.
The Pop-Open Sweater Dryer is a space-saving way to quickly and easily air-dry sweaters and hand washed items. This rack was designed to fit over or inside the bathtub and it springs open for use and folds flat for storage. Plus, it’s just $8.99.
Lastly, the Household Essentials Portable Umbrella Drying Rack easily opens and closes like an inverted umbrella, and it stores and travels well too. You can use this indoors or outdoors with 18 vinyl lines for hanging and air drying laundry. This would also be great for taking camping or if you have a pool to hang bathing suits and wet towels outside. It’s priced at $55 and will be used to years to come.
Do you hang dry your clothes? Which of these drying racks is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.