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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Chain Clothesline

This clothesline is made from chain I picked up from a dollar store that is meant to hang plants. The links are large enough to hold the plastic hangers. The chain keeps the hangers separated and I don't have anything falling off the line. I wash the shirts in the permanent press cycle with fabric softener in the rinse. I put them in the dryer for about 5 minutes or so and then let them hang dry. No wrinkles and I don't have to worry about being there when the dryer stops to fold them so they don't wrinkle.
Some of the white hangers are the extra large ones meant for overcoats. On larger shirts I use these to prevent "dimples" on the shoulders. They can be found at Bed, Bath, and Beyond.


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