The Rack and Clothes Lines Combination for Recreational Vehicles is an auxiliary storage tray for a recreational vehicle with an integral clothes drying rack.
Inventor Daniel D. Kiesow of Brillion, WI has created an auxiliary storage tray for a recreational vehicle with an integral clothes drying rack.
Many people who love camping choose to do so in recreational vehicles that range in size from small pop-up campers that are designed to be towed behind a car or truck, to large motorized RVs with integral engines. However, no matter how large an RV is, there never seems to be enough storage room.There also does not seem to be a convenient area for wet clothing and towels to be hung to dry. Should a clothesline be strung, it quickly becomes a danger to people who may be walking at night in an unfamiliar location. Inventor Kiesow has created a means by which extra storage space, as well as a location to dry wet clothes and towels can be provided on almost any recreational vehicle.
This clever new invention makes travel and camping easier. It provides extra outdoor storage. It hangs wet clothes and towels to dry. The device attaches to a rear bumper and/or receiver hitch of an RV. It quickly installs and removes with no telltale marks left behind. The use of the Rack and Clothes Lines Combination for Recreational Vehicles provides additional storage space for an RV, as well as ease place to dry wet clothes and towels, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective as well.