Pearl Sutton wrote:Neat product!
Do you know a price in US dollars? I looked at the website, and if it's there, I do not see it. Saw about how they ship it etc, but not how much it costs. I can run it though a currency converter, but it seems you might get more orders if you had it easy to see.
Nicole Alderman wrote:I love all the colors! They look very sturdy, too. I have similar type of clothespins and they really do last in all weather, and hold up clothes really well. I was bummed to find out that the clothespins couldn't be found easily/affordably overseas, but it looks like you've got great prices, and a beautiful color selection.
One hint for people who have clotheslines above a grassy lawn, don't pick the grass green! Go for a bright color like orange or pink or silver (or purple! There was no purple when I got mine .) The green hides really easily in the grass!
Kate Downham wrote:Are these easy for a 7 year old to use?
It's good to know there are plastic-free pegs that are strong! We get lots of wind here and most pegs blow off the line.
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