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Lloyd Copeman spent much of his time on the road and the result of his travels was a clothesline designed especially for use in hotel rooms. He called it the Flexo-Line. It was braded from three strands of surgical rubber tubing. It had nylon loops that were attached at the ends allowing it to be looped around hooks, doorknobs or the shower head. The line would stretch to 7 feet and would hold wet clothing without clothespins. Before the patent was sold it was made locally. This product is still in production.

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