My principal ordered the drying rack without my input. It was sturdy, on wheels and had other good features. However, the open spaces between the wire grids were large, so that papers smaller than 18x24 fell through!
My solution was a trip to the hardware store where I found cloth/plastic mesh that I could cut to to the size of the shelves. Then I attached the corners of the mesh to the shelves with twisties from trash bags.
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
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On Oct 27, 2010, at 9:51, Lindsey Cooke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I need to buy a drying rack for our school and want to make sure I get the right one. We have a tiny one but I struggle with fitting the papers into the spaces without them ripping and then the edges flop down, small paper falls on the floor etc...
> I'd love to hear of some good ones if you love yours. We have about 400 students but they don't have art every week ( twice a month). I've seen the ones that lift up and have rubber bumpers. Those seem good too.
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