You’ve been there; you’ve just heard the washing machine beep to say it’s done. You whack all your clean washing into the basket and drag it out to the washing line… hanging your shirts and trousers – no problemo. Dresses – no worries. You think you’re nearly done as the bulk of the washing is swinging nicely on the line, until you realize you have a mini challenge ahead of you to hang all of your socks and other smalls. But alas, you don’t have enough pegs OR washing line space to fit on all these small things. What. A. Pickle.
It wouldn’t be a pickle if you had the Japanese Drying Hangers For Small Items! This clever little laundry hanging rack takes up a surprisingly small amount of space being only 13cm wide, whilst cleanly allowing your intimates to dry. Talk about quick dry too! It creates enough space between items so that air can get through and dry them without that horrible musty smell forming. No need to use the tumble dryer which can be costly for both your wallet and the environment. If you don’t own a dryer, this will be a godsend! With 26 pegs attached to the plastic frame, you’ll be saying goodbye to the days of “OH NO! NOT ENOUGH PEGS” and hello to “Well, that was a breeze”.
Compared to other drying hangers out there, these pegs rotate 360 degrees so there’s no worry of the pegs snapping off or knocking wet items into each other. I love that there are no chains attached from the plastic frame to the main clip in the center too as that can make the pegs tangle and they can snap off. No problems here! It’s light but sturdy and can hold my socks, smalls and even hand towels very well.
If your house is anything like my house… you have a sock monster that always seems to knick a sock or two in every wash. With this handy sock hanger, you’ll be able to keep track of your runaway socks and peg them up together on these clever sock pegs. That means no more mixing socks up and fresh smelling, dry socks in no time! Talk about socking it to that sock monster…
If you don’t have a garden or balcony to dry your bits ‘n’ bobs out on, never fear! It actually sounds like you’re living in a space very similar to a Japanese living space, and look at what they’ve created = an amazing clothes hanger. This clothes hanger can be used for indoor drying too, especially as it’s so compact; you won't even notice it’s there (and even if you do, you can fold it down after use - perfect).
Yes, that’s right! Such an ingenious feature; a foldable clothes drying rack. Once you’ve finished your washing, you can neatly fold it up and place it out of the way until your next lot of washing… or just leave it on the line for next time! If you’re like me and not a fan of airing your laundry out in the garden for the neighbours to see what pants or bras you’re wearing, you can rest assured with some privacy by being able to hang your intimates nicely indoors.
There may be a few other options out there when it comes to drying hangers, but they only seem to have 16 pegs attached. This one has as many as 26 so it’s ideal if you have a lot of smalls to dry, have a family, or even to dry hand towels. The drying options are endless (well… 26!). The Japanese actually have a saying – ‘a large thing will serve a small one’ and that rings true with this item.
So there you have it! A fantastically thought out piece of equipment to help make your washing days a little easier. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a winner in laundry helpers. Us here at Zak Zakka deliver directly to the UK and Europe so we eagerly await your order.