Garment Rack / July 18, 2018 / Eila Paasio
2) Use your garment rack to create storage. You can hang clothing box up shoes stow scarves and hats whatever you need on your rolling rack. If you want to store some clothing long-term use a dust cover. These covers usually come with the rack or are sold as an accessory. They zip up and seal off your clothing and belonging from moisture humidity and insects. Protecting your stored items has never been easier. 3) You can use clothing racks as portable storage. Many people with back problems or ones that are simply incapable of moving heavy boxes full of clothes from storage to the closet love using garment racks instead. They are usually set atop of heavy casters so you can roll them from the garage to the bedroom.
They are moreover not practical for suburban backyards or the city apartments. And if you have pollen allergies you may want to consider using an indoor drying rack instead of the outdoor clothesline and still be able to dry your clothes. Drying racks offer a simple solution to drying clothes indoors without them remaining damp for a long time. They are usually portable take up little space and can be folded away when not in use. You can load these racks with clothes and easily move them to a convenient place. Racks for drying clothes are available in many designs and sizes to meet your specific drying needs. They range from expandable folding and flat drying racks to the ones with the traditional bars for drying.
4) Being portable also makes these racks useful while doing laundry. Hang your air-dry clothes on quality clothes hangers that can handle the weight of heavy clothes. Coat hangers or wood hangers are good choices. You can hang the clothes while theyre still in the laundry room keeping them out of sight and contained until the clothes in the dryer are done. You can fold hang and organize all of your laundry and then simply roll it around the house to the rooms where the clothing goes. 5) If youre hanging wet clothes make sure that you use hangers that are either designed for drying wet clothes or ones that you at least know wont deposit stain or rust onto your clothing. Flimsy hangers can bend or break.