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Lifestyle Colonial Clothes Airer 1.2m

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Over 3000 Kiwis have purchased the popular Colonial Clothes Airer now – a testament to their quality, style, and of course money-saving practicality.

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Over 3000 Kiwis have purchased the popular Colonial Clothes Airer now – a testament to their quality, style, and of course money-saving practicality.

The Airer once installed is designed to be loaded at waist height and then simply pulleyed up to the drying position just below the ceiling. Operating the pulleys is surprisingly easy and the washing will soon dry in the warmer air near the ceiling. And remember – nothing is cluttering your precious floor area!

The Airer itself features Antique Black epoxy-coated metal ends hand-cast in the traditional way. The four wooden rails are crafted from locally sourced kiln-dried Kahikitea (NZ White Pine), specially selected for its straight grain and warp-resistant stability. The rails are supplied fine sanded and ready to use but do not have a coating on them. The light, white pine colour can be stained or clear coated to match existing décor. All other components and hardware are specially selected for their quality and durability to give years of smooth trouble-free service. The kitset includes all mounting hardware, pulleys, cord set and DIY assembly instructions. Order yours today.

FEATURES
• Made in NZ
• Classic design with simple pulley operation
• Indoor airing without the clutter
• Hand-cast epoxy metal ends
• Kiln-dried Kahikitea rails
• Easy DIY Installation

SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: L 1.2m x W 0.5m
Carton dimensions: 122cm x 14.5cm x 8.5cm
Weight: 3kg

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Questions and answers

1 vote
Q:
How is the airer balanced so it doesn't tilt with clothing of unequal weight?
A:
As long as the pulleys are far enough apart and the rope tied off it won't be an issue.
By Trade Tested on July 06 2020
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Q:
Can it be made long enough to handle a queen size sheet? I want to use under a veranda are materials suitable?
A:
This particular product will not be long enough to hang a queen size sheet. You would need to treat the wood if you wanted to use it under a veranda.
By Trade Tested on June 09 2021
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Q:
Is each bar 1.2 metre long Or all 4 bars together 1.2 long
A:
Each bar is 1.2 long.
By Trade Tested on May 28 2021
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Colonial clothes dryer

I am renovating my small bathroom to suit the Edwardian style of my home, and this is the perfect solution to lack of space. It will hang above my claw-foot bath as a towel rail and look the part! I'm very happy with it.

Louise CHRISTCHURCH
Great looking and quality

Great quality product

Kat14 Nz
Colonial Airer 1.2m

Bloody marvelous, Should have had one years ago, Many thanks

Lofty Wanganui
Lifestyle Colonial Clothes Airer

Very happy with product. Easy to install. Once varnished to match existing wooden trim in laundry, stylish addition.

Karen T Auckland
Very satisfied with the clothes airer

The frame is exactly as described and arrived very promptly. It was a bit tricky to install because we could not find solid wood in the ceiling to drill in to and in the end had to get a tradie to fix it securely. Now up, it works really well and looks great. It tilts as it is loaded and needs to be balanced as is expected but seems very secure pulled up to the ceiling. We are very happy with the result. I would like to suggest that a choice of cord color be made available. Black may look better in this particular set up. Recommend.

Margaret Whanganui