Special PVC White Clothes line

When you choose Rope Source, you choose supreme quality. We offer long-lasting, home-grown Everlasto products made in the UK by James Lever of Bolton – a manufacturer of ropes and twines since 1856.

Looking for a new washing line rope? We have the perfect PVC clothesline for you! Discover our high-quality, white, plastic clothes line below, featuring a polypropylene core for strength and a PVC outer for extra durability. These PVC clothes lines are strong, sturdy, waterproof and easy to wipe clean – they won’t let you down. 

Order today for delivery in just two to three working days, or head to our washing line rope page to find cotton clothes lines, clothes pegs, air dryers, ceiling airers and even more choices for natural, eco-friendly clothes drying.

Available in a variety of lengths, get in touch on 01204 897642 or contact us by form; we’re always happy to help.

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Frequently asked questions about PVC clotheslines

What’s the best material for a clothesline?

This partly depends on your preferences (such as whether you want a natural washing line rope or a synthetic one), but if you’re looking for a synthetic clothesline, you really can’t go wrong with PVC. Thanks to their strong polypropylene core, PVC clotheslines can be thinner than other clotheslines while still being able to handle the heaviest washing loads without excessive sagging or stretching. 

For more in-depth guidance, check out our article on the best washing line rope.

What is the best knot for a plastic clothesline?

To keep your washing line secure, you need a strong knot at the end to attach it to a post or wall. A bowline knot is a great choice because it’s durable yet easy to untie after being subjected to a load. This is because it doesn’t tighten over time and is frequently used like other knots.

How do I keep my PVC clothesline tight?

Although PVC clotheslines are less likely to sag, it’s still important to know how to tighten one if you need to. Some clotheslines, like rotary clotheslines, have built-in tensioners to tighten them up. Otherwise, you can install a tightener or tensioner yourself, or you can replace your washing line rope if you’ve had it for a long time. Pulley lines can be tightened with a winch.