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Best pegs. Dull I know!!

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Icelollycraving Tue 06-May-14 23:04:38

So,for the first time I will have a rotary clothes airer. I am now looking for pegs & a peg bag
never thought I'd see the day this would be on my to do list.
I did have a look at Lakeland who have soft close ones but I'm not really near one anymore. Any one have recommendations? If you haven't fallen asleep through boredom,well done smile

ToFollowJulie Wed 07-May-14 13:01:38

There was a good thread about pegs a while ago here:

Unfortunately the peg expert has had their posts deleted, but everyone else's contributions are still there.

SavoyCabbage Wed 07-May-14 13:02:36

I came on to say that too! The purple peg thread. Happy days.

Icelollycraving Wed 07-May-14 16:05:25

Why were the posts deleted? hmm Clearly missing something.

ImAThrillseekerBunny Wed 07-May-14 16:11:50

Muji <<gavel>> Elegant, indestructible and reasonably priced.
I assume the peg expert was outed - not exactly surprising given that she was sharing her extensive knowledge from her career in the peg manufacturing industry.

ilovepowerhoop Thu 08-May-14 08:25:40

I think it was the EcoForce pegs that were recommended on that thread. I bought a bag of them in Morrisons, they were fairly cheap

whitewineandchocolate Fri 09-May-14 22:05:11

The lakeland ones are absolutely great & don't leave any marks on the clothes.

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