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Coat Hangers - where can I buy them?

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
I though maybe Argos or Wilkinsons but no. I don't need the fancy wooden ones, just boring plastic ones and as cheap as poss but I can't find any shops that sell them
(I wish Woolies was back)
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
£stretcher/Instore
#2
poundland do the colourful plastic ones sometimes
banned#3
A pound shop. Or maybe even try a charity shop and help them out

If there is a dry cleaners nearby they will usually give away old ones as well
#4
Paddy Charlie
A pound shop. Or maybe even try a charity shop and help them out

If there is a dry cleaners nearby they will usually give away old ones as well


charity shop is a good idea - they must have loads spare
#5
Dunelm and if you ask in Matalan they do a carrier bag full for 50p ish, the money goes to charity and if its not busy when you ask you'll be able to get a selection like the skirt one's etc :)
#6
When I asked at my Matalan if they had any spare they just gave me some for free, but I like the charity idea
#7
Tesco have a box of 40 Value plastic ones for £2.84

http://www.tesco.com/superstore/xpi/9/xpi61646859.htm
#8
Hate plastic ones, buy mine in Ikea
#9
Grapey
When I asked at my Matalan if they had any spare they just gave me some for free, but I like the charity idea


Well I was just thinking I made a mistake by mentioning it as it might just be mine but if you've had some too it may well be store wide, would suggest the ljfx rings her store first :thumbsup:
http://www.matalan.co.uk/pages/home
#10
Moved to deal requests.
#11
Asda sell both the plastic ones triangle shape ones so you can put trousers on them and the wooden ones
#12
I don't usually like plastic ones, but there are some in £stretcher which aren't the cheapy cheapy ones and they are really good - the clothes don't fall off them every 2 minutes!
Think they are maybe £1.49 for 5, though but very worth it to save my tantrums in the morning when I am trying to find something to wear :giggle:
#13
try freecycle maybe?x

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