Or Don’t you just hate it when the clothes you have hanging in your closet are dragging on the ground? It’s also frustrating when those clothes are getting tangled up – and possibly snagged or torn – by the clothes hanger on the rod underneath. Neither of these situations does your clothes any good and you’ve probably wished for a solution to keep this from happening.
Have I found something for you!
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Just a few days ago I was looking for something to help organize my closet. While my closet is big enough, I still have a problem with the double hanging rods that are supposed to make a closet more functional and give you more space.
And double rods do just that…they give you more hanging space. But sometimes they cause other problems when:
- clothing gets dirty because it’s dragging the floor of the closet (yuck)
- or clothing gets snagged or torn when the hem of a top item gets caught in the hook of the hanger below
The good news is that a different hanger design will solve both of these problems…and all you have to do is simply change the hanger you’re currently using.
Higher Hangers look almost like regular closet hangers with one exception…the shoulder part of the hanger starts 4 inches higher up on the hook area than it does with regular hangers. This one creative change ends up raising the entire garment 4 inches higher than if they were hung on a traditional clothes hanger. That 4 inches can be the difference between being able to easily slide your hangers so that you can find the article of clothing you’re looking for and having to stop and make sure that the hems aren’t getting caught on the hook of the hanger below (which is SO annoying!).
If you have double rods then these hangers end up saving you 8 inches which either ensures that your clothes clear the rod and the floor, or it allows you to reposition the closet rods to gain an additional 8 inches of space to use for other storage (like shoe boxes or other closed storage on the floor).
I have to admit that as I was watching the video about the creation of these hangers I just kept thinking to myself, “This is brilliant! Why hasn’t someone thought of this before?”
And then I wished that I’d been creative enough to come up with the design myself. I could have saved myself oodles of frustration over the years!
I was so impressed with the design that I immediately ordered a set of the the velvet covered hangers (because I don’t like my clothing to slip off the hanger). However, they do come in a smooth plastic if that’s your preference. And through June 30, 3018 you can save $10 off your order when you click here to order Higher Hangers.
The only problem I made is that I didn’t order enough hangers for all of my clothes (I know, I have too many!). But I plan to remedy that problem with another order!
If dragging or snagging is a closet problem you have then I feel confident that Higher Hangers is the answer to your problem.
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