Wood vs. Metal Hangers for Coats & Shirts

It’s easy for us to place our new coats or shirts in our closets using the hangers the store provided or old, wire hangers we’ve had for years. Unfortunately, this leaves our garments susceptible to rips and tears. It’s also easy for them to slip the floor, leaving our closets a mess.

Wooden or metal hangers can keep your clothing secure while providing the closet organization you need. Yet, which do you choose? Is wood the better choice or should you go with metal?

The Differences Between Wood & Metal Hangers

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Are Baby Clothes Hangers and Kid Clothes Hangers the Same?

Baby hangers are different. They’re an adorable 10” in size to gently fit baby clothes without stretching or slipping. Kid hangers are a versatile 12” to cover those in-between years. Keep your kids’ closets organized with the right sized hangers that stand the test of time.

What Size Hangers Do I Need for My Baby’s Clothes?

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Who Really Uses Wood Hangers?

Who uses wood hangers?

Wooden hangers are not just for celebrities, business execs and boutique clothing stores. Anyone who wants an organized closet can turn to wooden hangers to keep their clothes looking camera-ready, wrinkle-free and dry.

Clothes make an impression. That impression can be good or not so good, depending on how much care you give those threads. After you’ve washed and ironed your clothes, a quality wooden hanger keeps them ready to go at a moment’s notice. Continue reading “Who Really Uses Wood Hangers?”

Not Using Wooden Hangers in Your Store? Rookie Mistake!

retail store wooden hangers

As a business-savvy retailer, you know that how you display your merchandise, greatly influences whether you sell it. If a customer walks into your store and finds a hot mess of clothes all smashed together on a rack, that customer is not likely going to waste time digging through anything.

Display is everything. It’s why jewelry stores show you diamonds on a luxurious, velvet cushion. How would that same diamond look on a piece of burlap or a paper napkin from the local deli? You’d think the store was a low-class pawn shop instead of a Fifth Avenue jewelry store. That diamond on a cheap paper napkin would look darn pathetic. You wouldn’t even consider purchasing it. You might even question whether it is real or not because it would lack brilliance and seem just lackluster. Continue reading “Not Using Wooden Hangers in Your Store? Rookie Mistake!”