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Whitmor Clip & Drip Laundry Hanger, 26 Clips
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- Air dry delicates with ease
- 26 clips provide ample hanging space for underwear, bras, lingerie, hosiery, swimsuits and other fine delicates you don’t want to expose to a machine dryer
- Adjustable hook allows you to hang it anywhere—clothesline, shower curtain rod, garment rack or shelf
- Resin clips with non-rusting wire springs
- Collapses for easy storage
- Ready to use; no assembly required
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Whether it's for environmental reasons, to save on utilities, or prolong the life of delicates, Whitmor's Clip and Drip hanger is the perfect partner! Equipped with 26 clips, there is ample space for lingerie, hosiery, and those garments too fine for the dryer.
Spacious and Collapsible
Easy to use and stow.
XL opening for easy hanging.
26 Comfort Grip, Rust Proof Clips
26 durable, spring-loaded clips.
A 26 clip drip and dry hanging system hangs on a shower curtain rod, clothesline or garment rack. It is great for dying lingerie, socks, or any delicate washables. Collapses for easy storage.
Top Customer Reviews
The clip was awesome and I was able to hang it on my door frame right next to the laundry room and load it with diapers straight from the washer, this not only saved me time it was so convenient to be able to do it right out of the washer and not drip water around if the diapers were still a bit on the wet side. I am able to use every hook for a diaper and I would hang it from the middle of the diaper like the picture below shows that way I would not put any strain on the elastics.
Being in the Arizona heat I could transport these to my shaded patio so that they could dry even quicker without taking the risk of line drying in direct sunlight and heat, and bring them right back in, I would unclip them very quickly due to the quick release and we were all set.
This is a must if you cloth diaper and don't have the option to line dry due to excessive sunlight or heat or maybe you live in an area that its cold often. I bought two, one for the inserts and one for the pockets. Don't be wary of the price it's very strong and durable and works great!
I originally purchased these in 2005, it is now 2012 and both of them are going strong. For apartments where the only thing you have to dry on is the shower curtain rod, these cannot be beat. For everyone else, these are great for outdoor hanging, hanging in the closet, hanging from a curtain rod... basically just hanging clothing in spaces and areas that you might never have considered hanging laundry from before.
I own four of the round carousels to dry clothes with but when used indoors, their round radius takes up too much space and they only have 12 clips. With the rectangular design, I can get two more units hanging on my shower rod, for a total of 4 rectangles. The clips are very strong and when used in sequence, they can support soaking wet jeans or heavy tops.
I want to pass along a handy tip that I do to help the drying process: I bought an additional tension shower rod that floats over our tub, used specifically for holding these devices where they can drip water. Once all of my laundry is hung, I have my Summer Fan on HIGH, sitting on the vanity, and pointed at the laundry. In record time it is dry and I can do 2-3 loads of handwash each day!!! Before I came up with the fan idea, the clothes would take 1 to 1.5 days to dry and they smelled musty. Now, with a crack of the window for fresh air and the circulating factor of the fan, my clothes smell Outdoor Fresh.
I love that despite "Smart" This and "Smart" That, manufacturers are still selling such useful and low-tech devices for our every day use. :D
I have no other complaints, however. There's both an inner section and outer section; the hooks take a decent amount a weight; I've managed to get about ten dishcloths/cleaning cloths on it at once. You don't get the same level as crispness with an air dryer - but if you're drying delicate fabrics, it's perfect. I expected there would be wet spots where the hooks attach the cloths, but to my surprise, there weren't. How long it takes to air-dry depends on the fabric you use, but even heavier fabrics dry in about a day.