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Drying Hooks

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Drying Hooks
« on: June 04, 2016, 06:23:31 am »
We found these hooks and tested them out last weekend. http://smile.amazon.com/Portable-Laundry-Hanging-Stainless-clothing/dp/B013Y1YMFK?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=od_aui_detailpages02 They work really well in the Phoenix. They are similar to skirt hanger hooks except they are individual hooks with a little rubber coated tip.

They fit on the closet rod, over the shower enclosure (with the rubber tip touching the glass), over the shower door, over our towel bars, on the handles of cabinets, hooked into the awning rails, etc. They were handy for drying clothing, towels (two or more per heavy item), dish rags, etc. I plan to test them out on the awning with a decorative sheet (called "tapestries" online) hung on the awning as a sun shade. We found them to be incredibly handy.

We do have a tripod type drying rack but for quick items here and there, these work great. I clip them one to the other alternating left side/right side in chains of six and hang them on the closet rod when not in use. We don't drive with them in place as they would swing around and possibly scratch finishes but we stow everything before travel anyhow.
John, Holly, and sometimes Chloe.
Travel Blog: Spiritofthewoods.net

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Gail Staton

Re: Drying Hooks
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2016, 09:38:06 am »
Thanks for posting.  I love to see what others have found and like.

Gail