This will provide you with a flexible solution, since you can choose whether you want to hang your clothes over for example a towel rail using the loops or on a clothes line directly in the clothes-pegs.
Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number804.807.60
MRP Rs.156 (incl. tax)
The integrated plastic spring with no risk of rust, ensures that you can use the clothes peg for a long time
The included loop allows you to hang the clothes pegs on a towel rail, practical for example when travelling and staying in a hotel
UV-light protected, which helps the plastic last longer.
Country of Origin
Suitable for drying hangers, clothes lines and drying racks.
When the clothes-pegs have been used for a longer time, they may remain open when you remove the clothes. The pegs will close again and regain their normal function after a short while.
Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
UsefulSeshadevIt's useful one, I use this for hanging small items4
InnovativeAmishaThis is my second purchase of this product. It's perfect for hanging clothes on the steel pipes or thick ropes where the clips don't work directly. These don't break easily like our regular clothes clips. I also love the colours.5
Not badziyiNot bad5
Useful quality productsMadhavProducts are good.
Sometimes we cannot judge the product finish online.
More realistic pictures preferred.4
Dual mode and strongNAGA K.Dual mode and strong5
Nice ideaManeeshaNice idea4
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