Tighty Whiteys

Do you use the little clothesline in the shower to hang your hand washed items or bathing suits? Do all ships have them or just Carnival? I find the line handy for drying bathing suits after rinsing them out in the sink, but they take forever to dry in the humid climates.

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Commando goers have little worries over that little cloths line


We always use it for the bathing suits. And yes cruise lines other than Carnival have it as well

Oh my! I guess you're right. LOL

We have seen them on all the lines we have cruised on. We do use them.

Most of the ships I have been on have them, great for swim trunks.

We use them for swimwear.

No commandos in this group LOL

RCI has them and I have used them in the past. What we also do is double the shower with the rinsing of the suites.... rinse them while you are in there, start to hang them on the knobs, finish your business and then when you are out, put the line up.

I've never used the line. Dry my swimsuit on the balcony chair.

That's exactly what I do. Any wet or damp clothes air dry quickly on the balcony and I will always book a balcony. When I was on Magic in June. The shower water kept splashing into the bathroom and it kept flooding out so I did mop it up with a few towels and hung them over the line once I had rung them out.

We use it often. I can be a klutz and spill on myself. A quick hand wash and put the item on the line and it dries in time to wear it again or put in the dirty clothes bag without staining.


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