This does just what I needed. I cut the clothesline shorter to use in my shower. It's stretched a little from having my heavy, wet kayaking gear hung on it, but holds fine and shows no signs of wear or that it will break.
This is light weight and easy to use. I hung a load of clothes on each line. It was windy, but everything stayed, and the line did not break. There was only about an inch of stretch. I do worry that it seems flimsy, but, as I say, so far, so good.
We aren't allowed to have outdoor clothes lines. I bought this over one you mount to the wall. It fits anywhere you need it to. Combining the two I'm able to get three lines across my kitchen. I hook it around the wire shelves on the pantry and laundry closet. Bought one for my mom and she loves it! No more closepins separating her shirts.
I recently purchased portable washing machine that leaves my clothes damp so they need to be dried a bit. I decided to try this line . I love it. I stretch it from my closet to the kitchen and I hang my clothes on hangers . This line is very stretchy , easy to use , it serves its purpose . I love it. It’s very affordable too. I can easily hang 4 pairs of jeans, 10 shirts, socks and underwear and if hold it just fine. I recommend this line.
Our family of four travelled through Europe with these two clotheslines. And we used them every day. I am still using them at home. I love the fact that I can take them down to keep them clean. The colour on them fades in the sun.