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hangers

used for hanging x-ray films to dry. There is a clip type, with a clip at each corner, and a channel type in which the film sits in channels in the sides of the frame.
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Beehive Picture Hangers can be purchased online now through Kickstarter starting at $5.
The Clothes Hanger Storage Device will assist with the organizing and transporting of clothes hangers from anywhere in the home to the laundry room.
If the hanger is installed indoor, the lighting can help brighten up the ambiance and the air ventilator can improve air circulation, speed drying of clothes, with the UV light lamp helping to sterilize clothes and ambiance too,' explains K.
What's more, you'll be helping the environment as these recycled hangers won't end up in a landfill site.
Up to 150 million unwanted hangers each year could be recycled under the scheme and M&S will donate 50p for every pounds 1 saved from recycling to Unicef.
The company today asked customers to dig out their plastic hangers and hand them in to recycling stations at any of their 520 stores.
An estimated 100million hangers a year are chucked out with domestic rubbish and end up in landfill sites.
Research reveals that there are currently around 530 million unused coat hangers stored in UK homes.
Guy Farrant, director of stores at M&S, said: "We've been reusing and recycling our hangers for 15 years but we know that many of our customers simply don't know what to do with their unwanted hangers.
The wardrobe has wires connecting the hanger rail it to a computer in the furniture's base.
Each year, in early March, Igui and Ugui started collecting hangers on a metal truss above a railway, used the hangers to build a nest, and laid their eggs.
Bush announced in April that he has determined not to provide 'relief" against steel wire hanger imports from China.