Reddit Reddit reviews Minky Homecare Trio Concertina Drying Rack, 49', Silver

We found 5 Reddit comments about Minky Homecare Trio Concertina Drying Rack, 49', Silver. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Clothes Drying Racks
Laundry Storage Products
Home Storage & Organization
Home & Kitchen
Minky Homecare Trio Concertina Drying Rack, 49', Silver
Strong and sturdy indoor dryerHigh grade tubular steel construction that folds flat after use for easy storageSafe and simple auto-locking feature49-feet of drying space with 4 extra corner hangersHolds up to 2 washloads
Check price on Amazon

5 Reddit comments about Minky Homecare Trio Concertina Drying Rack, 49', Silver:

u/wilksonator · 5 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Its this rack
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0001A967M/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_tai_Im1pDbTM43RBT
I hang up shirts, pants aka big items on it. And socks either on the very bottom rows or, if its too packed, off on the sides.

Then underwear, small towels, pillow cases, tank tops, workout shirts and shorts (aka smaller items where wrinkles don’t matter) go on one of these https://www.muji.us/store/aluminum-square-hanger-with-pegs-m-4550002578398.html

Those rules are dumb. That sucks. Can you petition to change that at all? Being eco is now becoming more trendy, maybe others in your complex would be keen too.

Edit If my ceiling was sturdy enough to hold it, I would get one of these https://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/132455217434-0-1/s-l1000.jpg
Such an efficient use of indoor space!

u/binned_alaska · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

If space is an issue, as you mentioned, you might want to go with one of those vertical racks if you have to buy a new one anyways: https://www.amazon.com/Minky-Trio-Concertina-Drying-Silver/dp/B0001A967M/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=vertical+drying+rack&qid=1570831534&sr=8-2


I've seen better ones before that make much better use of the space.... But for some reason the selection on Amazon just wasn't great. But you get which style of rack I mean.

u/snugasabugthatssnug · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

No, in winter you hang your clothes inside on a clothes dryer/airer
(a rack to hang the clothes from)

I use one (we don't have a tumble dryer), and yes the clothes take a day or two to dry (would be faster if the heating was on more), but it's fine

u/hermionebutwithmath · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I initially fell down the merino rabbit hole because of this really excellent /r/femalefashionadvice post. But pretty much you just want stuff for hikers.

Also if you don't have a good drying rack and you buy a bunch of wool, you might want to get one! The care instructions usually say it's ok to put it in the dryer, but it's obviously better for the clothes and the environment if you don't and I've never had any of my wool stuff get all crunchy from hang drying so I don't see a compelling reason to do it.

u/Ezbiann · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0001A967M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_PiolDbDGVHA6S
This one is really good, a 3 tier drying rack, it takes up less space in a smaller area and holds a full load of washing, it's also usually sturdier than most others I've used