Classic wooden clothespins are so handy in the garden, especially for fastening shade nets and garden fabric covers. Package of 50 clothespins.
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So many uses!
from Columbia Falls, MT
Comments about : Clothespins, Set of 50:
Being one of the few people who still hang their laundry, nothing is more frustrating than clothespins that don't perform. These, however, are a joy to use. A bit larger than most, and stronger too, they have multiple uses not only for my clothesline, but in the garden as well. Fastening an overnight frost cover for my tomatoes is a snap when I can use these. And who needs a chip clip in the kitchen when these do just as well for a fraction of the cost.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Clothespins aren't clamps
from Tyrone, GA
About Me Master Gardener
Clothespins used to hold shade cloth and row cover on hoops. They are easy to use but can be flipped off of hoops when fabric is moved by gusty winds.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Finally, a strong clothespin!
By Merry Mary
from Spokane, WA
About Me Avid Gardener
I've been trying to find clothespins strong enough to hold up under windy weather. These do the trick!
Hey, they're clothespins ....
from Asheville, NC
These are your basic wooden clothespins with a spring. They can come apart if you squeeze them wrong, but that's the way clothespins have always been. I use them to attach garden fabric to hoops over my veggie rows and they work as expected.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Finally a sturdy clothespin!
from Bar Harbor ME
I have hunted for wooden clothespins for a while and all I could find were cheaply made, flimsy ones. These are great - feel sturdy when I clip clothes to my line and do not fall apart. I love them!
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Gilroy, CA
These are a great re-usable attaching tool! I am using them to attach plant labels to the stakes for my native plant garden that will be part of a tour. They are also great to hold covers over mesh to protect cold sensitive plants. Any time you need an extra 2 fingers, they are handy.
SO GLAD I FOUND THESE
from EUGENE OREGON-GO DUCKS
THESE ARE GREAT FOR CLOTHES IN THE CLOSET, BUT I LIKE THEM FOR TEMPORARY USE IN THE GARDEN.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
What can you say about clothespins?
from Tacoma, WA
This review is for anyone who likes the smell and feel of sheets and clothing hung out in the fresh air to dry. I can't tell you how many times I've picked up few cheap packs of clothespins at a discount store, only to have them slide around and then break within two uses. So here I was with a few bucks left to spend on a Gardener's gift card, and stumbled upon the clothespins. Score! These are quality items that hold on a breezy day, and should last forever. I'm sure there are probably many other uses for clothespins. For instance, if you think this review stinks, you could put one on your nose!
from Bryn Mawr, PA
Strong materials, we anticipate many years of use from this product.
Pricey Clothespins but flimsy build
By Riley's Granny
from Roswell, GA
Not all clothespins are created equal. I couldn't believe it when I opened the bag and maybe 5 of them were already broken but after using them just once I understood they are poorly made....so pricey clothespins does not equal quality, well-made clothespins.
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