BUMERANG Shoulder shaper for hanger, white

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This shoulder shaper preserves the shape of your finely knitted sweaters, suit jackets or silk blouses and fits perfectly on BUMERANG hanger.

Article Number702.932.74

Product details

You can put this shoulder shaper on BUMERANG hanger when you want to protect the shape of your fine knitted sweaters, jackets or silky blouses.

Preserves the shape of your knitted sweaters, suit jackets and linen blouses/dress shirts.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Dimensioned to fit BUMERANG hanger.

    Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic, Polypropylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened in water and a mild washing-up detergent or soap, if necessary.

  • Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.


Width: 44 cm

Depth: 4 cm

  • BUMERANGArticle Number702.932.74

    Width: 11 cm

    Height: 4 cm

    Length: 45 cm

    Weight: 0.06 kg

    Package(s): 1

it's only for an specificalexandrait's only for an specific type of hanger, not for plastic hangers4
Great no hanger marks onElizabethGreat no hanger marks on clothes4
Good alternative to a pricey large coat hangerldswIt is may not look amazing and only be available in white but it does the job for next to nothing when compared to the really expensive large coat hangers! Best value for your money.3
Coat hanger coverCrazy PensionerMy bad. I bought 2 to covers for wooden hangers my son had in his wardrobe. However I should have guessed/remembered that they would only fit IKEA hangers. Only 50p each but no use to me. I could have given the £1 to charity instead of IKEA.5
Excellent to prevent horns on clothingTashRMy husband wears a bigger size clothing and I have always found his shirts have little horns after hanging for a while. These have been the answer to my prayers! They do work best with the Ikea Bumerang hangers but I do have some that I have used on other hangers fairly successfully (they just move around a little). Also great for delicate items or jumpers than tend to stretch over the shoulders when hung up.5
Ideal for hanging your clothesOlder generationFit normal wooden coat hanger thus preventing snags on your delicate clothing5
Usefully sizeShez38Cheerful colour bright lovely colours pattern5
Great for knitwearUncomplicatedThis fits over narrow hangers. I bought this for drying knitwear so it didn't distort the shoulders. Works a treat but it's thin plastic so may not stand up to use in a wardrobe.4
PerfectThanksJust a very good idea perfect for the job4
Cheap and effectiveDerbynoJoanDoes what it says on the tin and prevents hanger marks on your heavier garments. Only not 5 stars because it's a rather boring white.4
Great idea?GranCaroSuch a simple idea, this makes any ordinary hanger into one which is kinder to clothes, broadening the area and minimising stretch and marking.5
Good ideaDaniel ZVery handy to cover existing hangers, especially for jumpers.5
Great ideaThompsonI have found that using bumerangs makes a big difference. Coats and jackets hang much better on the hangers that have bumerangs on.5
Did not work for me.MargsI hoped to use this over existing hangers to avoid marks in jumper necks. Just got 1 to try but didn't work. Maybe only good for use with IKEA hangers.2
BUMERANG Shoulder shaper for hanger, white

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