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Old 07-01-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Question need advice re: hanging clothes

This may sound totally crazy. but there must be someway to hang clothes in the closet so that they dont fall down when your on the road.? I have tried crimping the hangers but that doesnt work either. is there a special hanger to buy? thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 07-01-2012, 04:45 PM   #2
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Put a spring rod across the top of the hangers.
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Old 07-01-2012, 05:19 PM   #3
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Thank you Tweety for such a quick answer. do i put the spring rod in front or behind the hanger strip that has the triangles cut out for the hangers?
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we put it in front of the triangles....
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Old 07-01-2012, 06:02 PM   #5
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thanks so much. does anyone know if there are any sunline owners in the texas area besides us?
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thanks so much. does anyone know if there are any sunline owners in the texas area besides us?
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We have a hanging shirt closet on each side of the bed. My wife's closet seems to stay intact, mine at the very rear wants to shed the hangers. I now take the pillow and stuff it upright next to the hanging stuff and that works for me. It seems to keep the stuff from bouncing.
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hmm, I haven't heard of this problem before. I rarely get to hang anything in those closets back there though, so I guess that's why I've never experienced it. Or I never have paid attention to hangers falling...
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I use tubular plastic hangers (don't own any wire ones) and never have trouble with them falling out of the triangles. Sometimes I have trouble getting them in!
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The plastic hangers stay in alot better than the wire. We put the spring rod in front as well. The problem only happens if you're traveling on bumpy back roads.
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You could always check with a hotel near and see if they have some anti-thef hangers and ring they are updating because they maybe little tarnish or whatever that they are pristine and perfect. They look like the one in the link (I am sending the link only as a reference; buy them is expensive only 5 for over $50!). But they work well for not all the swinging and not falling. As an extra measure you could just as get adhesive velcro strip from an art n craft store any other place that sell them by the roll. attach the adhesive backing to the rod, put the hangers with a 1-2 in spacing and put the velcro over them to help hold your hangers in place too.

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Old 07-05-2012, 08:27 AM   #12
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thanks everyone for the tips - i will try them all. i have a mile of private road (very bumpy) from our house just to get to a county blacktop (still very bumpy). (probably just on my drive it all falls off!) every single item i hang is in the bottom of the closet when we get where we are going. we have only made 4 trips, but on the last one i just laid all the hanging stuff on the bed instead of hanging them! LOL
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