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May 6, 2007

Iron & Hang

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Not the best-named product of the year by a long shot.

From the website:

    Iron & Hang

    Hang garments while ironing.

    Our ironing board cover & pad has reinforced metal rings for hanging up to 10 ironed garments at a time.

    Constructed of double thick foam & fiber coated with Stainguard™ & titanium Scorchshield™ for ultimate protection.

    Fitted nose ensures a snug, stay-in-place fit.

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It really works: I've had one of those noses since birth and it hasn't fallen off once.

But I digress.

But I can't help noting that for a guy (that would be moi) who hasn't had an iron in his hand since last century, there sure are an awful lot of ironing-related items appearing here lately.

$24.95 (Yes, Flautist — the two shirts pictured are included with your — and only your — order. You say you want the hangers too? No problema).

May 6, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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This must be just for children's and small adult's clothes. With my standard-issue ironing board at full height, if I hook a hanger from the edge of the board (not from and inch or two below, as with this contraption) the shirt drags on the floor by a couple of inches.

Posted by: Al Christensen | May 6, 2007 12:38:39 PM

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