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Old 08-06-2010, 06:36 PM   #1
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We have been at a couple of camp sites this year where the people had small portable drip hangers that could be clipped to awning to dry swim suits and etc. They looked like a upside down umbrella with clips on the ends. No one was ever around to find out where to buy these, have tried camper world and a couple of other sites, any body got any ideas?
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Try any "As seen on TV" store, I think I have even seen them at Wal-Mart but not in the RV section.
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Why not recycle. Take an old umbrella and remove the cover and attach a clip to the handle to hang it from.

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pjtaxi, go to a good flea market. They are always around them.
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I have one that will hold perhaps one swim suit hanging in my main bath here. I got it either at a Big-Lots or at a Dollar Store, it's a plastic oval perhaps 18" by 12 inches, perhaps 4 feet circumference with lots of plastic cloths pins.

Kind of handy. But I got it some years ago.. I'm fairly sure it was a dollar store.
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Thanks for all the great ideas and places to check Route 66 hit the nail on the head, and it looks like it is camping world .. Thanks again everybody
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