Hammond launders the fair-weather clothesline

Have you ever hung your damp clothes on your rotary clothesline, only for them to be drenched in a rainstorm? If so, you will know the frustration of waiting days for your garments to dry – if you don’t have the good sense to put them in the tumble dryer, that is.

Still, help is at hand with the Rotopia, a protective covering that inventor Alan Hammond reckons will open up a ‘whole new dimension in convenience for householders’.

It’s like the invention of the vacuum cleaner and the washing machine all over again.

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  • Janet Fitch November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Where can I see a picture of this?

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