Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Let’s talk convenience. Do you ever have enough space in your laundry room to hang up your items straight from the dryer? Or is everything hung on a door knobs and cupboard doors now have permanent hanger marks? This cool little gadget is called a HangerJack. Installation is so easy you can do it during a commercial. More to love? There are step by step instructions on the HangerJack website. The HangerJack come in two pieces; the unit, and the hardware.
One is that it would make an amazing drying rack for those dedicates that need to air dry. The best part is if you install one in your laundry room, you can easily fold it up, and it stores flush against the wall-no bulky permanent poles! Overall, I am so happy to have the opportunity to test out this product!
This little gem can go into any room, from garage, laundry room or in your craft room! Which is where I have mine. I can hang sewing projects, ironing and things I need to steam. I can hang up to 50 pounds on the HangerJack. When it’s not in use simply fold it back onto the wall. No muss. No fuss. The bar itself is 24″ long. When it’s not in use it lays flat against the wall. SWWWEEETT!!!
I can think of so many uses for the HangerJack because it can hold so much weight!! What about the garage? Hang bikes, hoses, tools, skate boards, and ski stuff. In the laundry room so your clothes can be hung up straight from the dryer!
The HangerJack bar doesn’t scratch, chip or bend because it’s made of a premium tough polycarbonate. HangerJack is MADE and assembled in the United States. I love supporting Made in America products!!
This is the perfect tool for small spaces! This would be perfect for apartment living! I can’t imagine not having my HangerJack.
Retail price: $29.99 Check it out! HangerJack’s are on sale! Buy 2 and get a 3rd free!! Trust me!! Once you have one, you’ll want it in every room!
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