Hang It Up Plus!ElsieGreat add on to protect my knits from getting those pointy shoulders.5
Super hanger coversRichI use these hanger covers on all the wooden hangers I buy at IKEA. These covers keep the hangers from making marks in the shoulders of my hockey jerseys.5
Great!IrinaLike many others, I bought the velvet hangers and I hate them. But I have too many to discard. These hangers fit over the velvet ones perfectly and now I don't have the peaky shoulders on my tops. Thanks!4
No more points on shouldersJANEThese work perfectly with bumerang hangers. We use them together for sweaters, shirts and blouses so shoulders hang softly.5
These worked greatSUSAN A.These worked great5
Great productCARLOSPrice, value and quality!5
Great ideaWilliamGreat idea5
Great product!CONNIEI love using these. Helps prevent sweaters and nice tops from having creases or bumps to n the shoulders. I put them over plastic tube hangars and hot glue them in place to make handling the garment and hanger easier.5
Handy in laundry roomsharonConverts regular hanger to one that keeps garment shoulders in shape while air drying5
Love thisLOUISThis Bumerang converts your regular hanger into a wide hanger to prevent your coat or suit from getting marks on the shoulders. Love it, it's awesome.5
Works ptretty good.JAEWorks ptretty good.5
Gets the job doneLisaIt's ok and it does hold well for your clothes.4
Good oneSATISHVery useful.5
Works well, right priceRayWorks well, right price5
Great ideaBARBI wish I had seen these displayed in the checkout line WITH the hangers!5
Big KahunaALBERTI'm very pleased with this product.5
great for preventing bumps in drying clothesLee A.Work well for drying clothes on a hanger without leaving bumps. However, they seem a bit too large for the hanger, so it is difficult to keep them in place while hanging clothes.4
Protects garment shouldersJANFit this over a hanger and no more poked out shoulders on your sweaters and other garments. Buy several-they are very inexpensive.5
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