We dried our laundry exclusively on racks for nearly 2 years. When our washer died a few weeks ago, we bought a used pair from friends so we have an electric dryer again, but much to my children’s chagrin we seldom use it.
It costs a lot to use an electric dryer for a big family, so I have rules and a jar.
- Want to use the dryer just because you don’t feel like hanging a load of laundry on the rack? Get approval and put 50 cents in the jar.
- Ask first with a good reason – a sweater prone to lint, or a cotton article of clothing that has stretched – and it might be free.
- Use the dryer without permission? The fee doubles to $1.
When you use your drying rack as much as we do, it’s important to have one that fits your needs and stands up to daily use. A good design can be the difference between a money-saving piece of equipment and just another guilt-inducing piece of clutter.
I think the Homestead Drying Racks fit that description. These beautiful handcrafted hardwood drying racks, created by a homesteading family of 7, are made to last a lifetime.
Shipping and insurance is included in the price of all their products. I love having shipping included on big items like this: you don’t have to wonder and calculate how shipping will affect the total cost, because you know exactly what your cost will be.
Homestead Drying Racks would like to give one Life in a Shoe reader a free Pioneer Drying Rack valued at $85!
For your first entry, leave a comment telling why you need one of these racks. You must do this to enter.
For up to 7 additional entries, do any or all of the following:
- Post about this giveaway on your blog, facebook, or twitter. Leave a separate comment here for each place you share.
- Share a link to Homestead Drying Racks on facebook and/or twitter. Again, leave a separate comment for each.
- Subscribe to Life in a Shoe.
- Share your favorite Life in a Shoe post on facebook. Which one is it?
We’ll take entries for one week then choose a random winner.by