SUMMER is not too far away, meaning people are starting to think about their holidays.

And for those going caravanning, there's an important item you shouldn't travel without.

Doing laundry on a caravan holiday can be difficult, with site facilities not always the best and often with nowhere to hang clothes.

The Oypla washing line has won praise from caravaners who often go away on holiday for long periods of time.

The portable line offers 15 metres of hanging space, meaning campers can get their washing easily dried while away on holiday.

It's easy to assemble and is standalone, meaning it can be placed anywhere.

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However, it weighs only one kilogram, so is light enough to transport.

It also folds up when not being used, making it even more convenient to take away on camping or caravanning holidays.

To put it together, holidaymakers simply have to place the main shaft into the base and the line will simply fold out, giving them space to hang their washing.

The washing line is available on Amazon for £34.99.

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From more than 1,200 reviews, it has an overall rating of 4.2/5, with plenty of people pleased with the product.

One said: "It takes up less room than other clothes airers and holds multiple loads of washing.

"It also folds up really small and stores well."

Another wrote: "This is exactly what I was hoping for. It’s easy to set up, sturdy and fits loads of washing on."

A third added: "Needed for our caravan holidays – it’s perfect."

Here is a checklist that will help you plan for any camping or caravanning holidays.

And this camping expert claims that you're posh if you do any of these things while staying in your tent.

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