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DIY Quick Dry Clothes Hangers

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DIY Quick Dry Clothes Hangers
DIY Quick Dry Clothes Hangers
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A lot of clothes have to be hung up to dry, but it takes a long time when the clothes are hung on a standard plastic hanger. If you are looking for DIY clothing projects that will teach you how to dry clothes quickly, try these. DIY Quick Dry Clothes Hangers provide a wide space between the two sides of fabric, allowing clothes to dry much faster. These hangers are also closer to the natural shape of shoulders, so your shirts will fit better than when dried on a standard, flat hanger.

Time to complete: Under an hour

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Primary Technique: General Crafts

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Oh! This is a smart idea. I wouldn't do it to stretchy clothes though, they might get stuck that way. (

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