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Gooseneck Clothes Drying System is now available at Gain City Megastore at No. 71 Sungei Kadut Drive, Singapore 729577, Level 4. Please visit us now to the demo set. Free Shuttle Bus Service provided by Gain City Megastore from the bus stop opposite to Chua Chu Kang MRT Station Lot 1 And Yew Tee MRT Station Bus Stop

Safe Living At High Floor with Indoor/Outdoor Cloth Drying System

We have developed an improved method on “Safety Clothes Hanging at High Floor”. This is approved by HDB BRI and HDB HMG .

The System does not have any mechanical moving parts. Therefore, there will be "No Mechanical Failure" and "No Maintenance Cost".

In view of Safety, our Goose-Neck Clothes Drying System should be the most suitable system to be installed for all those who are of old age / Enhancement for Active Seniors (EASE Programme), handicapped, domestic helpers or maids.

Our System are able to perform safely in hanging or retrieving clothing under Strong Wind Condition. You do not need to have more poles .

3 poles can hold up to 78 nos of various sizes of clothing with "Goose-neck" hanger.

4 poles can hold up to 104 nos of various sizes of clothing with "Goose-neck" hanger.

We Provide 10 Years of Warranty For All Our Cloth Drying System (Except Cloth Hanger)


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