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DIY Quick Dry Clothes Hangers

By: Flavrt from instructables.com
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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I always use two hangers to dry slacks and this is a great idea. The tubing looks to be a smaller PVC pipe found in the hardware store and it is pretty cheap. Alternatively you could put small,portions of dowel rods and glue them in which could work too. This really does dry clothes faster and keeps them from getting musty if drying too slowly. Clever and resourceful idea!

This is a wonderful solution for those of us that need to hang a few pieces to dry. Instead of buying a drying rack, two hangers can get the job done quicker because the sides of the fabric are not touching. Great idea.

These Quick Dry Clothes Hangers is a really cool idea. Currently, I have to visit our local laundramat to wash clothes and there are times when a few of the items are still damp or just don't belong in a dryer. This is the perfect solution for us apartment dwellers.

This is such a clever idea, but simple as well! I will be passing this tip on to my family as well) I can't say how many times I have been waiting for something to try and getting super frustrated at it. When i see hang dry I used to avoid but I may not be doing that anymore)

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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