This post is made possible by Ohuhu® Heavy Duty Gullwing Drying Rack.
I have to start by saying that my new Ohuhu® Heavy Duty Gullwing Drying Rack is waaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than the wooden drying rack I was using.
I decided to make the switch from living in a larger home, to a smaller one. There are many reasons for that and one being that because of my failed back surgery, I’m not able to keep up with more space than I absolutely need. It’s been working out really well for the past 17 months although it’s sometimes a challenge to get creative with storage. This is a challenge I’ve actually been enjoying. And I have the best landlord ever. He never bothers me, he fixes things immediately, he sends the exterminator over once a month and I have thoroughly enjoyed not having the responsibility of being a home owner after 23 years. I wish I had made this move years ago, following my failed back surgery.
If I ever decide to move it will be based on the electrical outlets in the kitchen (I only have one), it would be based on the amount of windows (I only have two) and it would have to be closer to family. Finding a tiny house with these options would be challenging so I’m back to working through storage issues and organizing.
I had to make some changes in my decor by using wicker furniture which I did believing it would be a temporary solution until I found soft comfy smaller furniture. I’ve yet to find a love seat that I can sink into. I’m going to keep searching though so I can put my wicker furniture outdoors on the patio. AND even though I have a laundry closet which is rare in studio apartments, I decided to omit my dryer which is in storage, and just use my washing machine. I’m using the dryer area to store kitty litter, dog and cat food, bird seed, mops, brooms, cleaning supplies, laundry supplies and so forth.
Not having a dryer has proved to be a challenge in itself. I went to Fred’s and bought a wooden drying rack and I’ve been calling it every name in the book because of it’s flaws since. Well, up until my Premium Quality Folding Drying Rack arrived. My wooden drying rack went to the curb.
Out with the old, in with the new. You sexy thang.
There are so many different ways to dry clothes on this drying rack and it so sturdy which is awesome. I had been using a wooden drying rack that fell every time the cat bumped it, thus getting my wet clothes on the floor. I’ll never buy another wooden drying rack as I’ve found my perfect match. I received this product at a discount for review purposes and if anything ever happens to it, I’ll buy a new one THAT DAY. I made the switch to tiny house living because after 23 years, I got tired of the 4-$500 monthly electric bills. When I moved into my studio apartment, I realized it was going to be more of a challenge than I though. Although I have a laundry closet, I only have a washing machine in it so I can use the dryer area to store cat littler, pet food, all of my cleaning supplies and so on. I knew by not having a dryer that I could save money by hanging my clothes out so that’s what I do. Now when my cat or dog bumps into it chasing each other, or if my cat climbs on it which she loves to do, this thing is so sturdy, it’s not going anywhere.
Can you see how this would make the perfect holiday gift for college students living on campus and tiny apartment dwellers? You can buy these drying racks on Amazon. If you make a purchase from my links, I will receive a small commission. Happy shopping.
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