I have a washing line attached to my ceiling, I love it but people say I'll get mould | The Sun

A WOMAN has divided money-savers by attaching a washing line to her ceiling.

Mary Johnson took to the Facebook group 'Scrimping on a budget' to share her clever hack, explaining that she's "making use of the space above the stairs".

She explained how heat simply rises and dries her clothes, while simultaneously leaving the house "smelling lovely".

"No more tumble dryer… yay!" she wrote, clearly happy by the fact that she'll save some money in the process of utilising her hack.

And responding to the many requests on where she got the washing line from, Mary said she got the Gimi Lift 100 Wall and ceiling-mounted clothes dryer in steel from Amazon for £31.

She shared two photos alongside her post, with one zoomed out to show how it hangs above the stairs.

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A second shows how the rack is attached to the ceiling while six lines hang down for the clothes to dry on.

While incredibly clever, some people were left convinced she would end up getting mould.

"Where does all the moisture go?" one person simply questioned.

Another said: "I wouldn't do this it will create mold and damp". [sic]

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A third added: "Will the moisture not make her stairway damp and mouldy".

But others were impressed and took the time to praise Mary over the idea.

"Brilliant," one gushed as another said: "What a good idea," followed by a thumbs up emoji.

A third said: "What a great idea!!" as a fourth shared: "Fab idea but how on earth do you get your washing up on it lol".

Meanwhile, some said they've been using this hack for years as one person shared: "I have one of these been hanging on my ceiling 30 years. You could put clothes on it but i use it for cooking accessorised. and it works on a pully rope". [sic]

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