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What to do with spare Hangers???

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Other than chucking them away.... Is there anything I can do with plastic hangers. Read More
kalamist Avatar
7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
Other than chucking them away.... Is there anything I can do with plastic hangers.
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7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
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Some of the smaller charity shops will take them, either to use or sell.

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#1
sell them on ebay
#2
Some of the smaller charity shops will take them, either to use or sell.
#3
(Ooo interrupted by a flame deer then!)

Take them to a charity shop?
#4
Buy a hot glue gun and create yourself a friendly hanger buddy reindeer out of all those old hangers. The possibilities are endless...
#5
I offer them to a charity shop and they always take them. Like dragonsmum said, if they can't use them, they can sell them.
#6
Save them - one day you might need them . Just bought 10 from Poundland for err...... ah yes £1 :)
#8
how about in future tell the shop you don't want the hanger ?
#9
Blue peter comes to mind here with some tinsel at this time of year (but that was wire ones if I remember correctly)
#10
Hang about I'll have a think.
#11
Like the others have said charity shops should take them :)
#12
Graham1979
Hang about I'll have a think.
You're keeping us all in suspense now Graham!
#13
jonnithomas
how about in future tell the shop you don't want the hanger ?
had a mass clear out so got loads of hangers to lose
#14
Rip out the metal hook, then chuck them.... If it comes back, it's a boomerang!
#15
andee1075
(Ooo interrupted by a flame deer then!)

Take them to a charity shop?
Don't talk to me about them dam deers.... Taken up my evening way to much... Can't find the ones I want!

But thanks for the idea!

Edited By: kalamist on Dec 11, 2016 23:08
#16
mrty
Rip out the metal hook, then chuck them.... If it comes back, it's a boomerang!
I could also sell the metal! quids in!
#17
Save them up for several years then open a shop selling vintage hangers
#18
freecycle to any students, universities never provide enough. Leave in hotel wardrobes, same issue.
#19
I don't keep any hangers at my house. Still traumatized at my mothers ability to boomerang them around corners and get me when I was younger. Shame I can't continue her tradition nowadays.

Edited By: umirza85 on Dec 11, 2016 23:41
#20
I find that if you tie them all together and smear liberally in beef flavoured yoghurt, they make excellent bear traps in the rocky mountains
#21
discobob
Blue peter comes to mind here with some tinsel at this time of year (but that was wire ones if I remember correctly)
Showing your age, I remember that one. Hey down Shep. X)
#22
#24
Tesco used to accept them for recycling but I don't think they do it anymore as that's where I used to take mine.:(
#25
Local charity shops will usually be happy to take them off your hands as people donate dresses/ tops/ trousers etc that need hanging up nicely to display and sell.
#26
smallandsweet
Graham1979
Hang about I'll have a think.
You're keeping us all in suspense now Graham!

Sorry to keep you hanging ha!
#27
I've got about 200 of the thin dry cleaner hangers as my dry cleaner doesn't seem to want to save money by re-using them.

Maybe I'll make an art piece and go for the next Turner prize :p

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