|Fig.1 360 degree swivel rod hook|
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Broken wood hanger
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This post shows the five steps to saving a Maple wooden suit hanger.
The top of the hanger has a chrome 360-degree swivel rod hook. A coat hanger is a wood device in the shape of human shoulders designed to aid the hanging of a coat, jacket, sweater, that prevents wrinkles. The wooden hanger resembles a flat piece of wood cut into a boomerang-like shape, and with the edges sanded down to prevent damage to the clothing. The wooden bar locks the trousers between a metal wire. Most quality wood hangers are using wood grown in the United States Of America: Bamboo, Beech wood, Birch, Cedar, Red Cedar, Cherry, Maple, Mahogany, and Walnut. Quality hanger also use a high-gloss finish, brown flocking and brass hardware while their counterparts use satin finish, black flocking and chrome hardware.
|Fig.2 Pants clip|
Step 2: Fig.3 and fig.4 shows the hanger clamp is in need of repair. Fig.4 shows a metal wire was roughed up so the wood glue would adhere to the shoulder wood frame.
|Fig.3 Hole for pant clip|
|Fig.4 Rough up pant clip|
|Fig.5 Plastic protect|
|Fig.6 Titebond |
|Fig.7 Apply the |
Step 4: Fig.8 through fig.10 shows the clamp wire was being pressed into the wood frame. Titebond wood glue was the adhesive used to glue the clamp to the shoulder wood frame.
|Fig.8 Push in |
|Fig.9 Remove |
excess wood glue
|Fig.10 Use rubber|
bands if needed
Step 5: Fig.11 and fig.12 shows the wood hanger has been repaired and is holding a pair or slacks.
|Fig.11 Repair worked|
|Fig.12 Job finished|
Note: Cedar is a natural insect repellent and inhibit mildew smells. A wooden hanger can be purchased in bulk between 74-cents to three dollars.
Wooden Suit Hanger Internet Links:
How to buy click here. Wooden hangers click here or here. How to make a wooden hanger, click here.
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