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Hoseline Clothesline

wet and dry are seldom apart
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Ah - the days of wine and hoses....

Hoses are usually stored on coils, and taken out when needed, but I have a better alternative....

Hoseline Clothesline is more or less permanently stored by being stretched between two uprights placed across the width of a garden, or balcony in the case of a small apartment.

When not in use to deliver water, it now doubles up as a convenient clothesline. It can do this because at regular intervals along its length there are moulded clothes pegs built into the actual hose structure.

xenzag, May 05 2020


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       More readily useful than if stuffed in a corner. [+]   

       The hose material might degrade faster in the UV light when arrayed as described.
whatrock, May 05 2020
  

       I missed this somehow. This is actually a fairly good idea. The downside is that people run into clotheslines all the time and the rope is easy to untangle from around your neck. The hose may be a bit more robust, and difficult to dodge.
blissmiss, May 05 2020
  

       I've actually never heard of anyone becoming accidentally entangled around the neck with a clothesline. Are you sure this isn't an incident that took place in a James Ellroy story?
xenzag, May 05 2020
  

       Clotheslines have become somewhat rare... but where there are clotheslines, rest assured, necks happen
lurch, May 05 2020
  

       Think late-night, not completely sober, cutting through backyards to get home before you're found out...Worst-case scenario, you never make it home...EVER. (I was going for a Stephen King feel, but I'll go with James Ellroy, whomever he is.)
blissmiss, May 05 2020
  

       So not delicates on laddered delicates.
wjt, May 11 2020
  


 

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