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Message posted by Silver Plated Spork on 04/7/2017 at 6:37pm
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We usually have to do a few washes on holiday as we go away for at least a week and it saves on clothes packing. I have one of those camping rotary airers, got it from lidl or aldi and it's been so useful. Even in the olden days when we have packed light, it's helped to have somewhere to put towels/swimmers. It's not terribly big/long to pack- we found the best place was a roofbox, I made a little drawstring bag out of a large teatowel to place it in, so save the wires being caught.
However, you can also rig up a washing line, you can buy one, or make your own by twisting a rope if you want to save on pegs.
We don't have a tumble at home, so my last day holiday treat is to do a wash and dry using campsite facilities, then when we're home, I can just fold it all clean away. Saves that post traumatic holiday feeling of a mountain of washing.