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You can replace those metal connector "clasps" on your kids' overalls with a hanger and your needle-nosed pliers. Simply use your pliers to bend the hanger into the same shape as the other clasp, and now you've saved lots of money otherwise spent on new overalls!

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By Brianna Southworth from Dutch Harbor, Alaska

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October 12, 20100 found this helpful

Excellent idea! I've had a couple pair of best friend overalls for a couple decades (they are so comfy), but last year each ended up with a broken clasp and I am so glad now that I kept them. Now I can wear them the conventional way again instead of one strap hanging down! ;-)

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