No Slip Grip Clothes Hanger




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Doesn't it annoy you when you buy hangers from the store to find out that they don't "work"? Sure they do the job, just not as well as you would like them to. Problem solved with the No Slip Grip Clothes Hanger! They allow you to place the slippy-est clothing on the hanger and make it stay!

And if you like this instructable, vote for it in the Gorilla Glue and Sugru contest.

Step 1: Materials

For this sugru project, you will need:

  • 1 pack of Sugru
  • Clothes hangers
  • Stamps, etc. (to texture the sugru on the hanger)- optional
  • Your hands!

Step 2: Roll the Sugru

Open the packet of sugru and roll it into a worm shape. Divide into two pieces.

Step 3: Place on Hanger and Finish!

Decide where to place the sugru on the hanger. I placed mine closer to the ends but try out different places to see what works best. This is also the time to add texture to the sugru, so stamp some designs, poke some holes, be creative! After, you're done let the sugru cure for 24 hours. Enjoy your No Slip Grip Clothes Hanger!

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    6 Discussions


    8 years ago on Step 3

    OMG this is so freaking simple and useful!! Dealing with slipping clothes it's one of my daily nightmares!

    I love when people come up with really really simple ideas that solve little annoying-everyday problems. Thanks a bunch and good luck in the contest

    1 reply

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you so much! And I know! That was my inspiration for this project. I'm glad you liked it. And thank you for voting!


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you! And I completely agree. It was actually my inspiration!