Hanging out the wash brings back some fun memories for me. When we lived an almost-off-grid lifestyle for a few months it was my job to hang out the wash. In the middle of winter. Even the bluejeans would freeze dry so fast that by the time I’d get one leg pinned to the line, the other leg would make a cracking sound when I unfolded it to pin it too. How I wish I’d had Kevin’s Quality Clothespins when I was fumbling with those cheap wooden pins splitting and twisting in between my numb fingers!
Why I Love Kevin’s Quality Clothespins
These clothespins are high quality, sturdy and smooth. They don’t twist and break and they don’t give me splinters. They’re easy for my arthritic hands to grab because they’re bigger than a standard clothespin. Even my husband’s blue jeans and our big bath towels are held securely to the line in a strong breeze thanks to these heavy duty clothespins.
Kevin’s clothespins are beautifully handcrafted from real hardwood and each one is a thing of beauty.
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How Do the USA Made Clothespins Measure Up?
One look at this photo and you’ll see, Kevin’s Quality Clothespins are larger and stronger than the standard wood clothespin found in my department store. They’re prettier too. Now, if I can just keep my kids from stealing them for tent and fort building I’ll be a happy girl!
Thanks to Kevin for giving me a set of these clothespins to try out! I’m definitely going to be ordering some more after this review because I’m ready to replace all my cheap clothespins with Kevin’s Quality Clothespins!