Whitmor Clip & Drip Add-On Hangers, S/3
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- Hangs on shower rod, clothesline or garment rack so you can use in laundry room, bathroom or outdoor
- Whitmor's clip and drip hanger is made with a durable molded plastic and metal
- Unique hook design prevents hanger from falling off rod
- Easily air-dry lingerie, hosiery and other delicates
- Suitable to hang drying the socks, bras, cloth diapers, towel, underwear, scarf, panties, gloves, handkerchiefs, baby clothes or other small delicate items.
- DIMENSIONS: .56"L x 15.94"W x 8.13"H
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Save energy and protect your clothes with this set of 3 innovative clip and drip clothes drying hangers from Whitmor. The 6027-533 Clip and Drip Add-On Hangers can hang over the hanger bar, or be clipped onto each other to save space in the laundry room. These hangers are energy-efficient, perfect for socks, washcloths, and kids' clothes. Each hanger has 8 clothespins attached and is made of strong molded plastic and metal for strength and durability. Comes in a set of 3 hangers. Measures: 0.56”L x 14.31”W x 7.63”H.
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It's all plastic, but those little clips are very strong! I needed these to hang my boys hockey gear. After every practice or game, all their gear is wet so hanging them up is a must.
I have an IKEA clothes pin hanger, but it takes up more room. I like these because there's eight clips per hanger and doesn't take up a whole lot of room like the circular clothes hanger does.
Pretty darn happy!
ORIGIN - Packaging states that these hangers are "made in China".
CLIPS - The clips work the way you would expect them to and are easy to operate. I've used wooden clothespins that are really hard to open, but these are a cinch. They're also durable--in a few months of using them nothing has broken or bent out of shape at all. They do grip the fabric tightly enough to leave an imprint of the grip pattern, which I generally only notice on my silk handkerchiefs. It washes out in the next cycle and could probably be ironed out, but I'm much too lazy to bother with that.
HOOK - For indoor drying sans clotheslines, the locking mechanism on the hook can get in the way of options for hanging it. One of these days I'll get fed up with it enough to experiment with attempting to remove the locking part on one of them, but so far I've still always managed to find a way to make it work. This indicates they're unwieldy but not unmanageable to the creative mind. I'm sure the locking part is really helpful outdoors on clotheslines with the wind blowing, or even indoors on a curtain rack. If I ever get around to clip hanger surgery I'll update this review and let you know.
USE - The way I'm accustomed to hanging up clothes, it feels natural to place one item on the clip closest to me, the next right beside that, and onwards down the line. I've found this results in the hanger sloping rather haphazardly, taunting me by dangling the rest of the clips even further away from me. This is not any design fault, merely just the way things happen. As such, I've adjusted my hanging habits to balance out the weight by placing one sock on the outermost side, then one on the other outermost side, and so on and so forth, working through to the middle. If I'm feeling especially organized that day I might even perfectly coordinate matching sets of hangers full of sock and handkerchiefs. But I'm weird that way. You probably aren't.
I was excited about stacking the hangers in theory, but in practice I've found it to be too much hassle unless I'm in an unusually cramped environment where it's the only way things fit. I find they tend to dry better when not stacked.
The only other mild, teeny tiny annoyance that I have with these hangers is if you're carrying them all together, the clips of one hanger can tangle with those of its neighbor and they're a pain to separate. Again, not a design flaw, just an annoyance that happens with use.
These hangers are totally sturdy enough for jeans or whatever heavy item you want to place on them (seriously, I'm guessing the clothesline would break before these do) but so far I just can't bring myself to do that because it feels like a waste of clips. But if you want to hang your jeans with them I won't judge. Really.
CONCLUSION - If you want to have lots of nice clothespin-like clips hanging conveniently in a row that you can move altogether, then just get these. You'll like them. Stop reading this and go click the buy button so you can get on with the rest of your life.
BUT - If the hook locking thingie doesn't seem your style, then you have a decision to make. You could look for other things out there that don't have this mechanism but might not be as sturdy. Or, if you're the creative type, you can either put up with it (as I have done) or experiment with cutting it off. If I ever get around to the latter, I'll update this review and let you all know how it worked out for me.
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These are so useful that we bought nine more (total of nine = 3 more packs of 3). They are marvelous for hang drying pants and skirts as well as socks and other light items. Just use all the clips across the waistband of a skirt, or use four clips each on each leg of a pair of pants, and those items will dry fairly quickly due to air being able to circulate through the legs and up/around the skirt.
I have two over the door hangers and I hang three drip hangers on each one. this gives me 48 drip clips to hang socks, undies, delicates, tea towels etc. They dry so quickly this way--some in a few hours, and some overnight. I use the other set of drip hangers to hang larger items in the bathroom. I am not so thrilled with the safety catch at the top of the hanger. This is so the hanger does not blow away during outside drying. But it is easily enough overcome. So I did not delete a star because of this. If you dry outside it is perfect. I am so thrilled with them. I expect they will last a long time by the look of the clips. I have found that not having a dryer greatly extends the life of all my clothing especially underwear, socks and summer shorts. Using a mesh bag to wash underwear and delicates also helps them to last longer.
Update: Have had these hangers 20 months now and they are in perfect working order. No broken clips. Sometimes they fall off but they are easily reattached. Love them!