LOFTi Drying Rack
The LOFTi drying rack easily handles the largest load of laundry with 22 linear feet of hanging space. LOFTi is easily raised and lowered from the ceiling with its advanced pulley system. This is the perfect laundry rack for laundry rooms short on floor space. You can even mount it directly above your drier for maximum efficiency and speedy drying.
Constructed from anodized aluminum tubes, the LOFTi features two built-in receivers to accommodate a DUO small garment dryer. The LOFTi comes in white with brushed aluminum or green with brushed aluminum.
- 61" x 14.5"
- 22 linear feet of drying space
The New Clothesline Company
The New Clothesline Company advocates for Slow Laundry. In the spirit of the ‘Slow Movement’, which encourages a cultural shift toward slowing down life’s pace, and simultaneously saving energy. People can save money on their utility bills by air drying clothes rather than using a traditional dryer. The New Clothesline Company claims that air drying three loads of laundry per week saves $10 per month!
The average American household machine dries about 400 loads of laundry every year, using about 5000 kg CO2 eqv every year. That is an entire 3% of carbon emissions in the US! If you use a clothes drier to dry most of your laundry, switching to a drying rack is an affordable way to make an immediate and long lasting reduction in your carbon impact.
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The average American household machine dries 416 loads of laundry every year, which costs them about $85 - 200 per household per year. Air drying also reduces wear and tear on clothing and helps your favorite garments last longer, which will save you money over the years by buying fewer replacements.
*Assumes that electricity cost $0.11 per kWh and a conversion of 1.54 lbs CO2 per kWh. Assumes a household carbon footprint of 20,000 kg CO2 eqv per year.
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