Mar 16, 2016
I have had these for over a year. They stretch out & do not hold the clothes on the line on windy days. I am very disappointed in them.
Aug 28, 2015
I have had these for a few months now and find they work very well. They have held up in terrific wind and don't allow clothes to slip down the line (I have a 1/4 cotton/poly line). Also the price is reasonable for the number you get and the fact that they actually work. With those things being said, however, there are several things about these that I do not like. First, they make a very irritating squeaking sound when hanging up cotton clothes. Also, they are a somewhat sticky type plastic and dirt seems to want to stick to them, especially the grooves in the top sides of the pin. Also, due to their shape, they cannot open wide enough to accommodate hanging two socks by the toes together. (they do hold up two clothing articles overlapped, just not socks, as the socks have 4 layers at the toes). They are also a bit bulky. Finally, plastic just doesn't have a nice feel to it like a real wooden pin, but that's doesn't affect the usefulness of the product at all. It's just subjective I have several other types of clothes pegs too (Extreme Pegs stainless steel made in Italy, Pincinox stainless steel made in France, and samples of some American made all wood heavy duty clothespins with stainless springs. All 4 types work wonderfully, and I like each for different reasons. The non-Grandma's pegs open wider, but all hold up in the wind great. You would be pleased with any of these types.
Aug 11, 2015
Good & sturdy, holds thick fabrics easily. Does not stay on the wire clothes-line though, falls right off if not holding something, must be kept in a basket.
May 27, 2015
Pins stretch out and don't hold clothes on the line after a fe
May 24, 2015
These are very nice and look durable. But don't let your dog get hold of them! My mixed poodle thought it was a new bone.
May 5, 2015
Living at the top of a hill with a clothes line that faces west, hanging clothes has always been a struggle against the wind. These clothes pins held my husband's work jeans on a windy day, sheets stayed in place and our heaviest towels did not fly to the neighbors yard! My husband tossed out our old wood spring clips and said we need more of Grandma's Pegs!
Mar 3, 2015
Well said,Nicholas DiBiase,06-16-14 !! I agree with you 100%. These are the ones I needed in high winds of Northern AZ! They hang right on at 35 to 40 mph! I made sure I had enough so I bought 2 packs. Glad I need, I LOVE them and my clothesline! I've already saved the cost of one on my electric and my clothes don't fly away and I don't have broken spring pins all over! Thank you for a great green set of pins.So worth every penny!
Nov 18, 2014
These clothes pins open up a bit more when it is hot, and when I first got them they were a bit sticky. However, with time not only did they resume their original shape, but the stickiness wore off. I will probably buy another batch just because one isn't enough to replace the cheap spring ones that I have.
Jun 16, 2014
I've been using these pins exclusively for all my laundry for about a month. They are far, far superior to either the spring-hinge or the wooden peg type of pin -- more durable, doesn't snag clothing, will accommodate clothes of any type no matter how thick or thin, fast and easy to use. I store these in a bag outdoors in the heat of the Phoenix summer, with no apparent ill effects. Absolutely well worth the price. One of the best new products I've encountered.
Feb 10, 2014
These are really well-designed and durable clothespins. They've got a great dense feel, but they're still flexible enough to slip over even very heavy fabrics. I've been using these on my basement clothesline for months and I'm very impressed. If you've got a clothesline and you're not using these, then you're doing it wrong. Disclaimer: I am an employee of Lehman's.
Dec 18, 2013
We looked all over for REAL clothespins...ones that truly hold your clothes on the line. These are the best we've found. Yes, they are expensive. But, if you want the push on springless design, they are the best you will ever find!