Portable Drying Rack Only $29 Shipped on HomeDepot.com (Regularly $49)

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Honey-Can-Do Elite Triple Laundry Sorter

Honey-Can-Do Triple Laundry Sorter w/ Mesh Bags
Only $21.92 shipped (regularly $33.72)

Very easy to put together, very sturdy, and easy to handle. You can actually roll the whole thing to the laundry room or just pick a basket to do and transport it by itself. Love it!


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White Heavy-Duty Gullwing 57″x 37″ Portable Drying Rack
Only $29.39 shipped (regularly $48.99)

I’ve had this rack for a couple of weeks. I hang dry 99% of our laundry. Use a clothesline spring to fall but needed a new rack for inside during winter. This rack is sturdy and half the price of the last rack that only lasted one season. It folds up small, holds a load of clothes, and I do a load every day. You can use one side and not fold out the other, saving space and the mesh rack is removable. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Honey Can Do 3 Drawer Chest

Honey-Can-Do 3-Drawer White Chest
Only $39.94 shipped (regularly $66.56)

I need organization, and I never seem to be able to find just a small stand with baskets or drawers. This 2 foot by 1-foot stand is perfect. Small enough to fit under a counter or table, but tall enough to use as a bedside or bathroom stand. It has a nice whitewashed finish and the three baskets/drawers are made from woven nylon around wire. They even have nylon handles for easy pulling out and into the stand. It is pretty sturdy but light enough to easily move from place to place. This is very functional, versatile, and looks very nice. I used mine to store post-its, pens, pencils, cards, and envelopes. However, with three 10″x9″ drawers, you can fill them with many items. I recommend this perfect little stand. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


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We are very happy with this storage unit. It was pretty easy to put together, and it’s very sturdy for all of our kids crafts. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Comments 8

  1. Ruth Lavenz

    I grew up with drying racks in Germany and still use them to this day. When we lived in an apartment we used to put them on the balcony in the morning and have dry clothes when we got home from work. I use my clothes line now but when the weather is bad we use the drying rack in the laundry room or the sun room. We have a dryer but only use it occasionally. My mother always said the old ways are best and I agree with her. Clothes last longer for sure. We also had a built in rack in the bathroom over the bathtub. It attached to the wall and you pulled it out and attached it to the other wall and hung clothes on it like a clothes line. Once you unhooked it when the clothes were dry it went back into the box on the other wall. Used that when we didn’t have a balcony.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How cool! Thanks a TON for taking a moment to share this! I lived in Germany as a child too and also remember using a drying rack. Brings back great memories.

  2. GAmommyof4

    I use these all summer long to hang the kids swimsuits on, and I take them to the beach too!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh yes! GREAT for swimsuits! Thanks for commenting!

  3. Angie

    Thanks for posting this! I’ve wanting a drying rack since last summer. I live in Southern California so we get plenty of sun in the summer, might as well make that work for me lol!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome, Angie!

  4. Betty

    I love my drying rack, bought it a few years ago, I used it outside along with a clothesline to hang clothes. I do not use my dryer in the summer months. I also have a pipe in the laundry room to hang clothes on hangers in the winter months.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I’m so glad you love it! Sounds like hanging clothes outside will save a lot of money and you’ll get the freshness of the outdoors!

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