Keeping Clothes on Hangers

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Having your clothing constantly sliding off the hanger is frustrating. This is a page about keeping clothes on hangers.


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June 18, 2012

Instead of buying expensive hangers to keep your silky shirts looking nice and from falling off of the hanger, buy plastic hangers and make a zig zag line of hot glue across the hanger. Ta-da! No slip grip!

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By LoveLiveHome from Walnut Creek, CA

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This tip will keep your sundresses and short sleeve shirts on your coat hangers. Just put wide rubber bands on the ends, from top to bottom, the rubber bands will keep the clothes from falling off! Helps to keep the closet tidy!


By dorothy wedenoja from New Creek, WV

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If you're tired of finding clothes on the closet floor that have fallen of hangers, here is a simple solution. Use a sticky felt circle on each side of a hanger to help clothes stay in place. This works really well for silky, slippery items.


By Kristina Gonzales from Texas

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It's a nuisance when your clothes slip off your hangers and you find them crumpled on the floor of your wardrobe.

wrapping a rubber band around hanger

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Use your glue gun and put glue on each side of the hanger. The glue will keep your spaghetti straps from falling off the hanger. Elastics wrapped on both sides of the hanger works as well.

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October 14, 2017

To keep your clothes from sliding off hangers, you can use rubber bands. This is a page about using rubber bands on clothing hangers.

A black top hung on a clothes hangar with rubber bands.

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