Washing laundry in India can be done on the cheap as I explained in my post about Do-It-Yourself (DIY) bucket laundry. All you need is a bucket, a bar of soap, some powder detergent and a place to hang your wet laundry. I went on to give suggestions on how and where to dry wet clothes. That was before I stumbled upon the travel bungee clothesline.
A travel partner of mine whipped one of these bungee cords out of her bag one day while her bucket laundry was pre-soaking. Intrigued, I watched as she quickly attached the lightweight clothesline to the metal railing on our small hotel room balcony. It was made of a rubber cord that could extend from roughly 4 to 8 feet. It looks like a regular bungee cord except for multiple permanent sliding clips which hold clothing to the cord. Tie one around adjacent doorknobs, window frames, inside a car…wherever a makeshift clothesline will fit. The best part is how little space it takes in an already cramped bag. Oh, and they’re cheap. No more laying wet clothes on the backs of chairs because there is no place to hang stuff in the bathroom. Get your bungee clothesline from Amazon.com.
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