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Old 10-30-09, 03:27 AM   #6
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My basement is pretty small and has a real low ceiling. I'd love to hang clothes down there, but it just wouldn't be real practical. If it was just me and my wife in the house I'd try to make due with lines downstairs, but we have five others in the house right now.
We have a clotheshanger over the bathtub in the upstairs bathroom.



Each of the 6 poles has a string in it which goes through a pulley, allowing it to be lowered or raised. It doesn't impede bathing too much, especially since we usually take showers in the downstairs bathroom. The evaporating moisture helps humidify the house (and condense on the windows ).
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