- 1 What can you make out of a coat hanger?
- 2 What can I do with extra wire hangers?
- 3 What can I do with old wooden coat hangers?
- 4 How do you make a hanger holder?
- 5 How many hangers do you need to make a snowflake?
- 6 Why did Madea say a wire hanger?
- 7 What do you do with hangers you don’t need?
- 8 How do you shape a wire hanger?
What can you make out of a coat hanger?
10 Handy Things You Can Do With a Wire Hanger
- Declog a drain. Simply unwind the neck and fold the hook tighter to create a slim snake that gets the gunk out.
- Support a feeble plant.
- Make a wreath.
- Skim debris off pools.
- Corral flip flops.
- Fight static cling.
- Roast marshmallows.
- Store magazines.
What can I do with extra wire hangers?
As you mentioned, dry cleaners are usually happy to reclaim your unwanted wire hangers. Though cleaners aren’t the only place you can drop them off. Many scrap- metal recyclers will also accept wire hangers — just don’t expect to be compensated for them.
What can I do with old wooden coat hangers?
- DIY Neon Nonslip Hangers.
- Repurposed Wire Hanger Book Holder.
- Repurposed Wooden Hanger Dish Drainer.
- Repurposed Wire Hanger Wreath.
- Upcycled Wire Hanger Entryway Holder.
- DIY Flip Flop Organizer.
- Upcycled Wire Hanger Topiary.
- Upcycled Wooden Hanger Chandelier.
How do you make a hanger holder?
Here are our favorite ideas on how to store clothes hangers.
- Organize Hangers By Material.
- Store Hangers in a Cardboard Box.
- Install More Closet Rods.
- Use Dollar Store Magazine Holders for Quick Access.
- Create a PVC Clothes Hanger Caddy.
- Stack ‘Em and Wrap ‘Em.
- Place Them On A Hanger Stacker.
- Hang a Tie Collection.
How many hangers do you need to make a snowflake?
4 pairs of hangers are needed for the base of this giant snowflake. Arrange them in a cross shape with the hooks pointing away from the center of the snowflake. Once all of the hanger pairs are glued together and dry, it’s time to assemble.
Why did Madea say a wire hanger?
Madea’s outrage when finding the wire hanger is based on how Joan Crawford would lose her temper and mind when she found one in the closet, as her daughter Christina Crawford (who was on the receiving end of some of those hangers ) explained in her book “Mommie Dearest”.
What do you do with hangers you don’t need?
You can always donate your old plastic hangers to thrift stores for them to use. How Do You Dispose of Metal Hangers?
- Donate to Charity.
- Give Them to Your Dry Cleaner.
- Take Them to Your Laundry.
- Give to Freecycle.
- Toss Them in the Trash.
How do you shape a wire hanger?
- Cut the wrapped wire and hook off the hanger with wire cutters. This will leave a triangular shape to work with.
- Bend the center of the large, bottom section upward to form a diamond shape with the hanger.
- Curve the top two sides with pliers.
- Push the side corners together to overlap the ends of the curves.