There’s 24 rods total to drape things across. The hanger arms are especially useful for hanging longer clothes like dresses or long pants. Multiples of jeans and sweat pants can be hung from the rods.
This drying rack is wonderful. We quit using a dryer in 2006 to cut down on fabric damage (the lint traps hold the fabric remains) as a result, it's both environmentally & economically helpful.
This item works amazing. Highly recommend. This thing is awesome.
There's no real way to lock the sides into place when you fold them up, and they sag heavily, so your * is 50/50 going to end up on the floor. Attempting to fix one pole makes 3 to 4 poles fall apart. The "steel" rods are of very bad quality, they ben... Read More
I feel like i have to be super careful with it if i want it to last. Kind of disappointed after reading the good reviews.
Easy to fold, great for small spaces or sturdiness. Folds and sets up quickly and easily. Is a grip device that works but not easily.
This folding drying rack is excellent. Want to order one for my own use -as am handicapped and don't have a drying rack. Otherwise, good drying device.
Fits up to 15 hangers and very strong it holds 3 cargo pants and 12 shirts. No more hangers on door frames or dresser knobs. If you hang your waders on a hanger or from the straps directly on the arms, the booties do hang on the ground.
Ugly, larger than life hanger, hanger just isn’t functional for my needs. It’s seems the function of this “portable” ugly hanger is to put your clothes on hangers then hang them on this doohickey. Please don't buy this collapsible hanging rack.
Two points on the middle rod are structurally unstable. One leg/feet keeps coming out of it's snap-in socket, so that the pole lists drunkenly to one side. Blows over easly, not place to put stacks in the feet/legs.
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