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Household Essentials Parallel Dryer Steel 2-Piece Pole, 30-Line 210 ft. Drying Space
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Household Essentials

Parallel Dryer Steel 2-Piece Pole, 30-Line 210 ft. Drying Space

$63.94 /each

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Take environmentally-conscious line drying to the next level with the Household Essentials Parallel Dryer. Its flat-top design with a pivoting top makes hanging your laundry convenient, as every inch of line is evenly within reach. The no-rust, galvanized 2-piece steel center is sturdy and fits securely into the ground sleeve, providing excellent stability that also lets you take down your line during inclement weather. The high-impact plastic post cap and slide resist daily wear, keeping your line functional over time. Pre-strung, the dryer is easy to pop up, set up and load up.

  • Features 30 lines and 210 ft. of drying space
  • Completely pre-strung and ready for installation
  • No-rust galvanized steel center post comes in 2 pieces and measures 1.5 in. in diameter
  • Pivoting square top brings every space within reach, making outdoor drying a breeze
  • Same-level lines offer easy access
  • Single action opens and closes dryer
  • Folds up for easy, compact storage
  • High-impact plastic post cap and slide resist wear-and-tear for lasting use
  • Includes attractive ground sleeve for easy dryer set-up and removal

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installation

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May 20, 2015
does this cloths line have a base and how do you install it
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June 24, 2015
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need to dig a hole. Very good instruction and includes a sleeve so you can remove the pole, cap it and mow over it. Will need some pea gravel and a bag 60 lbs bag of quick drying cement.
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May 21, 2015
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Hi auntie, There is no base. It is installed directly into the ground. Dig a hole about 20 inches deep. Put about 3 inches of rock in it (to allow water to drain). Put the lower pole of the dryer in and fill around the pole with concrete and level it. Brace it and allow it to set. Alternately: fill part way with concrete; then, holding the ground sleeve (included) even with the ground, finish filling the Read More
Hi auntie, There is no base. It is installed directly into the ground. Dig a hole about 20 inches deep. Put about 3 inches of rock in it (to allow water to drain). Put the lower pole of the dryer in and fill around the pole with concrete and level it. Brace it and allow it to set. Alternately: fill part way with concrete; then, holding the ground sleeve (included) even with the ground, finish filling the hole with concrete, leaving a small gap to fill in with dirt and grass if you wish. Immediately run a stick or tube through the sleeve and concrete to the rock base below to allow water to drain. Insert the lower vertical pole of the dryer into the sleeve, then use a level to align the pole vertically. Remove pole and allow concrete to set fully, then install your dryer. Read Less
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May 20, 2015
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This does not include a base. It sticks in the ground.
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I'm 6'-1", so will I hit my head on the lines when hanging up laundry?

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July 21, 2015
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No, the height of the line is approximately 84 inches.
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July 20, 2015
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Hi Doug, Only if you don't duck. In seriousness, though, the dryer is 6 feet tall before it's installed. We recommend installing it at least a foot into the ground to keep it really stable (15 inches is better), which would make the lines closer to 5 feet from the ground. We are looking into making an extender for our posts, but we don't have one yet. In the meantime, you might find other dryers more Read More
Hi Doug, Only if you don't duck. In seriousness, though, the dryer is 6 feet tall before it's installed. We recommend installing it at least a foot into the ground to keep it really stable (15 inches is better), which would make the lines closer to 5 feet from the ground. We are looking into making an extender for our posts, but we don't have one yet. In the meantime, you might find other dryers more comfortable to use. The t-post systems (#FT-30 and #T-2050) are 7 and 7.5 feet high uninstalled (you'll need to buy two of each to set up a freestanding clothesline). And the 15-7 is a retractable, wall-mount dryer that you can attach at whatever height you'd like. Read Less
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I need to shorten the center pipe to adjust height. How do I cut the pipe?

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July 8, 2015
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July 9, 2015
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As a fellow shorterperson, I understand the trouble. We recommend digging a deeper hole rather than cutting the pipe to lower the height of the lines. But, if that's not an option, you'll have to use a tool that can cut through steel. And do so VERY CAREFULLY. I'm hoping Home Depot can answer which tool for you! Good luck!
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Veteran's 10% discount?

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Can I get it online? If so, how?
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July 2, 2015
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The military discount is for active and retired military. Just bring your military ID card to the register and they deduct it. I'm sorry, I don't know about online.
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Parallel Dryer Steel 2-Piece Pole, 30-Line 210 ft. Drying Space is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptionally pleased with this dryer Since I've had a couple of these kinds of dryers before that were flattened by the neighbor's falling tree branches, I've gotten to know outdoor dryers. (Yes, I've moved this one to another location to avoid branches.) As for the product, it's great--well-constructed, easy to install, good spacing between lines, easy to tighten the lines, lines haven't started sagging requiring constant adjustment as has happened with other outdoor dryers.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product. Easy to assemble.The quality of line could have been better but I did not expect top quality line to come on it.Will probably replace soon.This line is sticky any lint or hair on laundry sticks to it and doesn't want to come off.The frame is pretty good.It is a little lopsided after a few weeks of use but I am giving it a major workout.We are an extended family of 9 including 4 children 8 and under.So it gets used heavily! I haven't managed to destroy it yet hanging apr. 4 loads on it including heavy towels everyday it doesn't rain.I like the fact the lines are parallel so I don't have to get the laundry on there exactly even as you would an umbrella clothesline. So all in all a good sturdy product.
Date published: 2014-06-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from nice design with some flaws There are two plastic "pin" that are suppose to limit the cross bars when open. I needed to replace the with 2" 8x32 screws and put a nut on both sides to keep the beams in place. Thought about returning the item, but this mades it work again. These were replaced by the third usage and it is being used for just one person's laundry. Also the lines can get stuck in the hooks one the cross bars. Need to be sure lines are not tangled while putting it up! The first time I used it I was recommending it to everyone. Now unless they are handy and want to pay for something they will need to modify, I do not recommend. I disagree with the reviews that indicated there were flimsy lines, not the case on mine.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product Very easy to set up. We had one that we had bought at a Home Depot store made out of aluminum. Loaded with clothes the pole bent over and broke. This one is made out of steel and my wife likes the flat way the lines stretch out. It locks in place very easily.
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what we were looking for. My mom had been using a clothes line for 40 plus years that got destroyed by a home remodel crew. I went on the hunt for one just like her original and yours was the one! It's perfect and was so easy to install. She's happily hanging her sheets once again! Thank you!
Date published: 2014-06-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not bad, but not great The ropes WILL need to be tightened, but that's a given, probably even replaced with something sturdier. The boot in the groung the main pole fits into isn't' tight enough to keep the unit from swaying, probably because it was made to spin, which I think is a totally useless option. 2 pairs of jeans hung on one side makes it lean. So we'll use tape to take up the slack. You'll definitely want to use concrete to seat the a pipe to hold the boot. I'm not convinced we'll get 30 years out of it like the one it replaced, but everything made today is designed to be disposible.
Date published: 2014-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great purchase The construction of this clothesline is very sturdy both in the framing and pole. Very easy to assemble and mount outdoors. Would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in owning an outdoor clothesline. The only downside is how easily the line stretches with the weight of the clothes hung. The line is easily tightened though, thus I do still think it is the best product compared to others I contemplated. You won't regret your purchase.
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best one I've ever had Have had several "umbrella" clotheslines- This is very sturdy built and the "line" on this is coated so clothes don't slip to the middle of the line
Date published: 2012-04-04
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