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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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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.
Morris was caught still clutching the wedding dresses - minus their hangers.
Photos 2 and 3 show how to measure the space between the hangers and the distance from the top of the picture frame.
Realizing that others may very well find a use for such a product -- it is said that as many as 3 billion hangers are made each year -- Scola disappeared back into the cellar.
It collected, sorted, recycled and resupplied the hangers to the company's shops.
This list corresponds to a label on the hanger for each costume, as well as one on the location cards in the main costume storage room.
Ditto[R] Sustainable Brand Solutions, designer of sustainably manufactured display products for the retail industry and 100% recyclable clothes hangers for the consumer market announced the company's sales increased 63% year-to-year, and consumer sales of its hanger 10-packs soared by 175% on average each month.
These are decorative multi-guitar hangers that come in 40+ body shape & color combinations.
Up to a fifth of the hangers found in UK homes never get used, according to research for Johnson Cleaners.
Customers can bring unwanted hangers into the store and place them in the recycling boxes.
Matching plastic hangers are cheap and their tubular design is easier on your clothes.
Use skirt hoops for hanging skirts and padded trouser hangers for trousers.