How we dye our clothespins?

Clothes Pins that Don't break

Our clothes pins are naked and do not wear dye’s of any kind. We apply an all-natural non toxic beeswax and mineral oil finish that is safe for humans and will not leave any marks on your clothing.

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Who uses clothespins?

Clothes Pins that Don't break

Anyone looking to save a few dollars, by air drying their clothes, are quick to discover that the mass-produced clothes pins available at most big box stores are not the quality they used to be. Our competitors’ mass-produced (NOT USA made) pins normally break or become unusable within a year of regular use on an…

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Are clothespins recyclable?

Clothes Pins that Don't break

Absolutely! The wood is biodegradable, and the stainless-steel springs are 100% recyclable. Not to mention that we have come up with 100’s of uses for clothes pins besides just hanging your laundry on the line. Our clothes pins are stronger than most and have become handy potato chip bag clips, clamps for small woodcraft projects,…

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How are clothespins made?

Clothes Pins that Don't break

Lever Clothes Pins were designed in 1853 by an American inventor as an improvement to the cylindrical pins made in the 1700 by the shakers.  All Clothes pins made by Mefford Endeavors begin with Kiln dried boards of locally sourced wood. Depending on availability, we use Ash (or Maple if Ash is unavailable) because of…

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