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Pinch Clothes Hanger: Just Pinch and Release to Hang

by Hazel Chua
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Most people I know are particular with their clothes. I prefer hanging stuff up instead of folding it because it means less creases (and because I’m really bad with folding shirts, period.)

The problem with hangers, though, is that it’s pretty hard to slide them into place if your shirt or dress or other article of clothing has a teeny, tiny neck hole. Nobody wants to end up with a badly stretched neck hole, so I really appreciate the design that Jaineel Shah came up with for the next generation of clothes hangers.

Pinch Hanger

Using the Pinch Hanger is as simple as pinching its two sides together and sliding it into your clothes. It’s not just helpful when you’re attempting to slide the hanger on; it’s also extremely useful in helping you get the clothes off of the hanger as well.

Pinch Hanger

I think these will definitely help reduce the amount of time struggling to hang your clothes since you don’t have to worry about pushing too much and inadvertently stretching the neck hole to death.

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[via Yanko Design]

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