How To Use
Hang your laundry the right way every time:
Step 1. To reduce wrinkles, give each item a good shake before pinning it to the line. Then, give the bottom corners a good tug to pull out even more wrinkles.
Step 2. Hang your clothes or linens with as many clothespins as needed to prevent sagging. (Sagging can cause warped laundry.)
Step 3. Pin clothing on seams, where the garment is designed to withstand wear and tear.
Step 4. Once your laundry is dry, put it all away and enjoy the fresh aroma of line-dried linens!
PRO TIP: Store your clothespins in a Large Mesh Laundry Bag so you can easily grab them when you head out the door to the clothesline.
We also strive to be eco-responsible so we’re proud that these Wooden Clothespins are created using environmentally-friendly multifunctional forestry practices.
- Rust-resistant steel
Wood is a living material that continues to change after it’s been manufactured. Variations in the color or grain and irregularities such as fine cracks are part of the natural beauty of the wood and in no way should be considered defects. During normal use, wood may darken and crack slightly due to the changes in moisture level. This will not affect the structural integrity of the product.
We’re delighted to allow our customers to opt for an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic whenever possible!
Molly’s Suds Wooden Clothespins do not include: Harmful Fragrances, Dyes, Cancer-Causing Contaminants like Formaldehyde & 1,4-Dioxane, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Optical Brighteners, Synthetic Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, Petrochemicals, Phosphates, Chlorine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Phthalates, Parabens, Methylisothiazolinone, Cocamide DEA
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Did you know that there’s a method to line-drying? Here are some tips on how to hang your clothes with fewest wrinkles and best results.
- Pants – Match the inner leg seams together and pin the hems of the legs to the line, waist hanging down. This puts the stress on the hems, which are designed to withstand heavier use. The last thing you want is a stretched waistband!
- Shirts and Tops – Pin the shirts at the bottom side seams. Avoid pinning the shoulders as this can cause stretching and more wrinkles.
- Sheets and Blankets – Fold the linen in half. Clip the along where the edges meet, so it forms a loop. This prevents creasing down the middle.
- Towels – Clip the corners. Lightweight dish towels can be hung in pairs.
- Socks – Pin socks in pairs, sliding each side of the clothespin tongs into the opening of each sock.
It’s also important to remember those items that shouldn’t be line dried. Delicates, lace items, knit sweaters and cardigans, swimwear, and vintage fabrics shouldn’t be placed on the clothesline. They’re more prone to snags and stretching.