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This Just In: Need A Laundry Assistant?
March 2, 2012 4:12 pm | by

Spring has a variety of weather conditions, but we have some great new products in stock just in time to help you line dry your cloth diapers and other laundry no matter what’s happening outside.

New at Cotton Babies, two great products from The New Clothesline Company. First up, the Duo, a handy little laundry accessory that is great for air (line) drying inserts, baby wipes and more! It can be mounted to your ceiling or it has a handy little hook that will hang on your shower curtain rod.
Need a little more space? Check out the LOFTi. This system has 22 linear feet of hanging space with a small footprint. Even better, it has a pulley system that allows you to move the rack up and down to load and unload. I need one of these to put an end to my husband’s habit of hanging laundry on the exposed pipes in our basement! It’s a little difficult to see exactly how awesome this system is in still photos, so we recommend checking out the installation video to get a better idea of how it works:

If you have a small or rental home, never fear. We have great tried and true drying options for you too. The Honey Can Do Three Tier Drying rack is the best drying rack I’ve ever owned. At 59 inches, it’s quite a bit taller than most drying racks, which gives you more space. The top tier even has a removable mesh shelf to lay items flat. That feature is especially handy if you don’t have a clothesline outside. Just place this rack outdoors on a deck or porch to sun your cloth diapers!
If three tiers is more than you need, we now stock a two tier version of this customer favorite. Both racks are great for small spaces. Many customers have told us they love to put this rack in the bathtub for drying diapers, so it’s not taking up precious floor space in other rooms of their home. Any of these drying racks would be perfect for line drying your new bumGenius Freetime cloth diapers!

About the Author

Heather is mom to four, born within 40 months (single, twins, single). She writes transparently about her chaotic household to encourage others through the twists and turns of parenting.


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