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If you are looking at this page then you probably have been there. Clothes on a line to dry after you have taken the time to wash them and suddenly... they are on the ground. “AGH!!...” (Followed by more words that we won’t repeat here.) So, you pick up the broken clothespins that have twisted out of the springs, pick up the now dirty clothes and .... try it again. Well, we have a solution for you!
What seems to be a simple tool can become a frustration. Clothespins found in todays market were not created for the riggers of the clothesline. I too had to yell in frustration while clothespins flew in all directions and my clean clothes fell to the ground. So, I asked The Carpenter to make me some clothespins that would actually do the job.
Well, after much skepticism, The Carpenter decided to try something new and we have Kevin’s Quality Clothespins. This is a clothespin you can actually LOVE. Now, more than 300,000 clothespins later we are still here and going strong. Who would have though that so many people were searching for clothespins worth using?
Why Kevin’s Quality Clothespins?
Clothespins though simple in their function are important in many homes. If a tool you use on a regular basis will not perform the job it is worth the investment to get a quality tool that will excel at the job, making that task pleasurable again. Laundry is not going away so get a tool worthy of the job. A clothespin you can love to use.
Not a diehard line drying fan?
Well, I have a confession, neither am I. Don’t get me wrong. I still some hang clothes to dry, but mostly on hangers since we have some outdoor allergies. However, Clothespins are still a part of my every day (and not just because we make them). Here are some ways I use them and how others have shared they use Kevin’s Quality Clothespins.
Uses for Clothespins that don’t involve an outdoor clothesline:
The perfect Clothespin Partner:
When we began making clothespins, we had quite a few people asking for clothesline bags. I myself was using a plastic ice cream bucket. Well, Needless to say since I live in the Pacific Northwest where rain is a common occurrence it wasn’t working out so well. So, I started to look into clothesline bags. Nothing I found on the market would last long in our winds and rain so a seamstress friend and I designed Lady and the Carpenter Clothesline Bags.
Our clothesline bags are made with marine grade fabrics and threads, they have a top that stays open for easy use, hooks to attach to the line or a hanger, a mesh bottom to allow for air flow and capacity to hold well over 120 clothespins. The perfect match. A quality bag to go with quality clothespins. (and yes. I threw away the ice cream bucket.)
So, whatever you may be using your clothespins for… enjoy using a clothespin that is made to last generations.
Lady and the Carpenter LLC
PO Box 1148 Carlsborg WA 98324