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Pants Stretcher – Large

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Put down the iron! Use the Pants Stretcher to get crisply creased pants and keep the wrinkles out.
  • Adjust for snug fit and hang to dry
  • Rust-resistant steel
  • Fits most adult sizes
  • Length: 37" L
  • Weight: 1-1/4 lb
  • One pair per package (use on one pair of pants)
  • China

Pants Stretcher – Large

<em><span style="font-size: 14px; color: #ff0000;">Buy more and save!<br /> Buy 2 or more for $15.00 each.</span></em><br /> <br /> Put down the iron! Use the Pants Stretcher to get crisply creased pants and keep the wrinkles out.<br /> <ul> <li>Adjust for snug fit and hang to dry</li> <li>Rust-resistant steel</li> <li>Fits most adult sizes</li> <li>Length: 37" L</li> <li>Weight: 1-1/4 lb</li> <li>One pair per package (use on one pair of pants)</li> <li>China</li> </ul> <ul> </ul> pant stretchers, pants stretchers, waistband, clothes stretcher,clothes dryer, iron,1111, pant dryer, pant crease,dress pant hanger
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PANTS STRETCHER – LARGE DESCRIPTION

The large stretcher is the one we've carried for years.  It fits most adult sizes.

Simple to use:

  1. Insert pants stretcher, through the waist, into each leg of freshly washed pants.
  2. Make sure the pants stretchers are aligned with the crease lines of the pants and adjust for snug fit
  3. Use the hooks on the pants stretchers to hang the pants upside down and allow to dry
  4. Remove the pants stretchers when the pants are dry

Versatile:

  • Wide end adjusts from 20-1/2" to 12-1/2"
  • Narrow end adjusts from 11-3/4" to 7-3/4"
  • Rust-resistant steel
  • 1-1/4 lb

"Love these. Thinking about ordering more! Really reduces ironing. Great quality." -- A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"Worked very well. Very pleased. A very functional design that has been resurrected from the 1950's. An excellent idea then and an excellent idea now." -- A Satisfied Lehman's Customer


    Customer Reviews of Pants Stretcher – Large
    Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(107 reviews)
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    - 1/21/2013
    said: Anonymous User
    "Couldn't believe anyone sold these anymore, but thank you, Lehman's! These are a wonderful replacement for ironing. My mom used these things for my dad's slacks back in the 1950s, and as I was ironing a pair of dockers, I remembered the pants stretchers. I googled 'pant stretchers', and voila! There's Lehman's. Thanks again, my slacks (unlike me) are wrinkle-free."
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    - 12/19/2011
    said: ken tarvin
    "have used pant stretchers for years. ordered 4 pair recently and am ready to throw them away. length is about 2 - 4 inches too short, and slide lock mechanism is a joke. adjustment on stretchers fails to lock in position resulting in poor creases. terrible product...I want my money back !!!"
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    - 6/19/2015
    said: Anonymous User
    "When I was younger (I'm 64) I used these stretchers for all my brother's jeans and we had even children's sized stretchers too. We did not have to iron. When I married and looked for them they were not available but I found them here and I use them all the time. It's such a pleasure to pull them out of the jeans and fold them up "pressed" crisply and ready to go. For those who don't have a clothes line, I hung plant hanging hooks over the rafters and inserted a shower rod pole and hang them there. You don't have to have a clothes line."
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    - 10/20/2013
    said: Gail Bowers
    "It is too bad these are not made in the USA. It would be nice if there was a size to fit men's 33x34 size jeans and women's size 4. I have old stretchers that are sized OK. An option for a children's size and medium size would be a nice addition. "
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    - 7/20/2013
    said: Stephen Collins
    "Wish these were American made. They are more flimsy than the ones we used to use. I purchased 3 pairs. One broke right away but still using the other two."
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    - 12/17/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "These are wonderful. Just ordered 3 more. "
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    - 12/13/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "These were popular in the 50's about the time that my Mom thought I should be responsible for my own clothes. I really dislike ironing and these provided a way around that onerous task. I'm so happy to find these again. Goodbye, iron!"
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    - 11/20/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "How can anybody rate this other than FANTASTIC! No more ironing, no more shiny spots from the iron, savings on electric, pants!!! I bought 4 & use them every wash day. My Mom used them when I was a kid (I'll be 65 soon)& can't believe I waited this long to find out if they still made them! THANK YOU THANK YOU."
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    - 11/26/2013
    said: Fred Vorck
    "It says 37" long, and they are, but don't forget that that's the full size. That means that if you're short like me and wear 30 inch length (as measured from the inseam) pants, using these will NOT reach all the way to the waist, meaning the waist at your belt line is likely to shrink. Now, I suppose there is a limit to how long they can make these, but if the width is adjustable, the height ought to be as well. Be warned. You bought them to save money on drycleaning but if you have to toss the pants because they no longer fit at the waist, there's little point."
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    - 10/15/2013
    said: jerry
    "I have 4 that I purchased many years ago and are still in great condition... These are very similar,except there is no length adjustment.and the spring doesn't hold when spread apart. The older models have no need for a spring and hold very well... my mistake for thinking the spring was an improvement..."
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