How To Restring A Rotary Washing Line

If you have limited space or don’t want the laundry lines to run along your entire garden, a rotary washing machine is ideal. The line will eventually become worn and need to be repaired. Although it is simple to put a new line onto a Rotary Dryer, you’ll need help at the very beginning of the process to keep the arms supported.

The old washer line should be removed from your rotary dryer and thrown away. Be careful not to hit the arms as the washing line holds them together.

Verify that all hooks along arms are clean. You should have removed any damaged parts of the line when you were done. This will impact the tension of your new line.

  • If you have limited space or don’t want the strings to run along your entire garden, a rotary washing machine is the best choice.
  • Damaged parts could have caught in the crevices during the removal of an old line. That will impact the tension of the new one.

The new wash line should be attached to the hook at the end of the arm of your rotary dryer. Securely tie it.

Have a friend hold the arm that is fully extended at an angle. Then wrap the wash line around that hook. After that’s done secure the other arm. Then, let your friend hold that arm while you wrap the wash line around that hook. The structure will look more solid once all four arms are attached with the washing line. You will likely be able do the remainder on your own.

Wrap the wash line around every hook as you go around the dryer. To ensure the clothes hang well, you will adjust the tension on the washing line. Continue attaching the washer line until it reaches the end hook.

Attach the washer line to the hook. You should ensure that your knot is securely secured and that you have tightened the lines.