Weekend Giveaway: LOFTi and DUO Clothes Drying System

posted by Andrea | 04/6/2012

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.


Since our laundry room is teeny-tiny — and since we don’t have a clothesline set up outside {yet}, I’ve been looking for a good, space-saving option to hang clothes inside.

I recently stumbled across The New Clothesline Company and was immediately drawn to the sleek and space-saving design of their products… and I just loved the bright colors!

LOFTi

With over 22 linear feet of hanging space, LOFTi easily handles a large load of laundry. Constructed from anodized aluminum tubes, LOFTi features two built-in receivers to accommodate a complete DUO small garment dryer {see below}. LOFTi is easily raised and lowered from its advanced pulley system.

 

DUO

DUO is perfect for smaller spaces or as a “partner” to LOFTi. DUO features 16 durable hanging clips and easily folds for storage or travel. DUO can also break down into separate components that can attach onto the ends of LOFTi, making the pair an ultimate clothes-drying system.

And seriously — wouldn’t these help to brighten up your laundry room! 

In addition to being environmentally friendly, this new ‘spin’ on drying could help you save up to $20.00 on your monthly energy bill; and of course we all know that air-drying extends the life of our clothes!

You can find tons more information about both of these products over at The New Clothesline Company — but then make sure you come back here and enter to win one below!

The Giveaway:

Today, one lucky  reader will win a LOFTi clothes drying system and one lucky reader will with a DUO clothes drying system — both from The New Clothesline Company

How to Enter:

1. {required} Leave a comment on this postHow do you dry your clothes — dryer, clothesline, inside, outside?

2. {optional} Like Simple Organized Living on Facebook, and then leave a separate comment letting me know you did {or that you do already}.

If you are reading this in your email or feed reader, please visit the actual blog post to enter. Email entries, Facebook comments, and Twitter messages will NOT be counted.

Prizes:

(1) LOFTi drying system as described above.

(1) DUO drying system as described above.


This giveaway ends at 10:00 pm on Monday, 4/9/2012 and is open to all U.S. residents 18 years or older. I will use And the Winner Is to select the winning comments at random. Winners will be notified by email and noted at the top of this post. Winners must respond within 48 hours of notification to claim their prize or I will choose a new winner. Please see my full disclosure policy and contact me with any questions you have. Good luck!

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283 comments

  1. Martha

    04/08/2012

    I use the dryer for sheets & towels and hang the rest on hangers in the doorways or from my shower curtain rod.

  2. Schmidty

    04/08/2012

    These are nice! I use a dryer to dry most things and others I dry outside.

  3. Schmidty

    04/08/2012

    I am following you on facebook (rust hawk)

  4. Brenda L

    04/08/2012

    My clothes dry in the dryer with some hanging inside to dry. This system would really work in my laundry room!

  5. Patti

    04/08/2012

    I use the dryer for almost all of our laundry. If I don’t want something in the dryer the I use the shower rod.

  6. Patti

    04/08/2012

    I already like you on FB!

  7. Bronwyn

    04/08/2012

    We dry our clothes (and endless diapers) in multiple ways: dryer, clotheshorse, inside, outside. Since the heat of Texas is favorable for outside line drying, I’d love the LOFTi for our patio!

  8. Rachel Edwards

    04/08/2012

    I would love to start drying my clothes on that, rather the dryer. Thanks!

  9. Kate

    04/08/2012

    We have a really old folding IKEA rack that we use to dry sweaters and delicate fibers, but otherwise things just get shoved in the dryer. I’d love to have a more eco-conscious and less break-prone way to handle clothes drying! Thanks for introducing me to this system!

  10. Kate

    04/08/2012

    Just liked you on Facebook as well!

  11. Heather

    04/08/2012

    I dry most of my stuff in the dryer, but would love to start airdrying more to save money.

  12. Debbie

    04/08/2012

    I usually dry our clothes on a drying rack on the back covered patio and indoors during the winter. I would love the DUO for the kids smaller things, though!

  13. Gina

    04/08/2012

    Admittedly I always use a dryer unless something specifically says that I can’t. But I know I should line dry more often and this would be a great start!

  14. Gina

    04/08/2012

    I “like” you on FB.

  15. Bethany P

    04/08/2012

    Dryer – I would love an outdoor clothes line but …it just doesn’t fit!

  16. Andree

    04/08/2012

    dryer mostly- but clothes rack for diapers and delicates. this giveaway is perfect!!

  17. Tanya V

    04/08/2012

    I also dry my clothes in the dryer, but would like to start air drying more.

  18. Tanya V

    04/08/2012

    I already like you on FB. Thank you for the opportunity to win this and many other amazing prizes.

  19. Kyra

    04/08/2012

    I dry clothes in an electric dryer except for delicates. I lay those flat to dry.

  20. Kyra

    04/08/2012

    I already like you on fb.

  21. Melissa

    04/09/2012

    I miss drying clothes on a clothesline! The area we live in now doesn’t allow clotheslines, so almost everything goes into the dryer. I have a drying rack from Ikea for things that cannot be dried in the dryer. These products would be great and more convenient.

  22. Amber Mooney

    04/09/2012

    I do most of my drying in the dryer. We did just install a clothesline though! Can’t wait to use it this summer!

  23. Amber Mooney

    04/09/2012

    I’ve been a Facebook fan for a while : )

  24. Rebecca

    04/09/2012

    I have a stand dryer for outside, but it succumbs to wind….something like this sounds wonderful, and useful year-round!

  25. Rebecca

    04/09/2012

    I am a Facebook fan!

  26. Kimberly

    04/09/2012

    I dry my clothes in the dryer, especially since I live in TX where the humidity is always over 50% so I just don’t think my clothes would ever dry outside. But I would love to try this!

  27. Kimberly

    04/09/2012

    I’m a facebook fan!

  28. Alyssia

    04/09/2012

    I have hangers in my laundry room hanging from the pipes in the ceiling :( Would love a new way to hang clothes :)

  29. Leah

    04/09/2012

    Air dry everything, except towels and socks, etc.! Too many clothes shrink these days..I hang on hangers, then hang them from the fireplace mantel.

  30. Alicia

    04/09/2012

    I dry a lot of clothes on a wooden folding drying rack in my kitchen. I would love to dry my clothes in my laundry room instead. :-)

  31. jessica kiehn

    04/09/2012

    I would LOOOOOVE THAT DUO DRYER! We have a small laundry room as well. I dry *most* things in the dryer, but dress shirts and fragile clothes that can shrink. Also, we cloth diaper, so I hang those. For now, I have a million little clip hangers (when you buy pants at the store, those hangers) and hang each diaper cover individually. Sure would be nice to have it all contained to one little pretty hanger like the Duo:)

  32. Barb

    04/09/2012

    In the Summer I do most of our drying outside whenever the weather is nice, but when those days are “not so nice”, I dry my clothes anywhere inside to dry.

  33. Andrea Watts

    04/09/2012

    I dry your clothes in the dryer and on the clothesline outside

  34. Corri

    04/09/2012

    I hang dry outside with retractable lines during nice weather and do have one hanging in my basement that holds about one load. Would love more line space during inclement weather-

  35. Andrea Watts

    04/09/2012

    I like Simple Organized Living on Facebook

  36. Carmen

    04/09/2012

    I usually dry in the dryer and only take out big items like quilts outdoors to line dry. I would love to do more line drying, but hate hauling baskets up and down the stairs.

  37. Carmen

    04/09/2012

    I Like Simple Organized Living on Facebook

  38. Carol H

    04/09/2012

    We are not allowed outdoor clothes lines in our neighborhood so most of the laundry goes in the dryer. I also have things from shower rod when necessary.