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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by StewPotch on Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:48 pm

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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by BarryP on Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:56 pm

Always had this problem in 26 years of caravanning/motorhoming. The foam pipe insulation tube always worked/works for us.
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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by roli on Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:06 pm

What a subject for discussion!,!  Last night at the rally's evening meal this was a topic for discussion during our long wait (don't think they had enough plates)

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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by AndyLouch on Sun Sep 24, 2017 10:44 pm

Hello Miss DM, we bought a couple of sets of these: http://www.lockonhanger.com/
seem to work well for us?
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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by Eribiste on Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:09 pm

We bought some non-slip coat hangers from caravanstuff4u which work very well. They're simple wire hangers coated with a grippy type of plastic. The clothes hold on them just fine, and there is no rattling either.
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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by Gromit on Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:30 pm

Never had a problem.

Mrs Gromit's 27 coats blouses and other items of apparel keep my two coats from falling off!  lol4

Seriously though, we always carry enough coats so none of the hangers fall off. Maybe our wardrobe rail is shorter than others??

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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by Pete Taylor on Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:55 pm

Is it me?

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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by Miss DaisyMay on Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:16 pm

Thank you all so much. Problem now solved thanks to you wonderful people. Cost less than £1 from B&Q for foam...woggle...works a real treat. Hope this helps others as well as myself...

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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by daisy mae on Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:22 pm

Great a result,  up!
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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by Cymro on Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:57 pm

Gromit wrote:Never had a problem.

Mrs Gromit's 27 coats blouses and other items of apparel keep my two coats from falling off!  lol4

Seriously though, we always carry enough coats so none of the hangers fall off. Maybe our wardrobe rail is shorter than others??
How on earth do you get away with that?!!
Actually, I seem to get by with 2 hangers (each bearing multiple shirts / trousers / jackets - there being no room for any more, given Mrs Cymaes's "essentials"  And any other space on the floor of the wardrobe has likewise been commandeered! That's why I liked your notion of building a seclusion grid around the PSU so that it won't overheat.

Never had a flying hanger!
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Re: Wardrobe coat hangers

Post by inspiredron on Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:34 pm

Eltel wrote:While browsing the accessories dept at my local caravan dealer I came across a pack of I think 10 coat hangers that that were covered in a tacky material which clings on to the cloths that you hang on them.

Not the cheapest option - but no more heaps of cloths on arrival at site.

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We have had so.e of those for over 20 years. They are normal wire coat hangers covered on an orange plastic which is just slightly soft and appears tacky though it isn't. Works a treat!

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