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    haha, i keep wire hangers around and use them for when people lock keys in the car, or i have to open a bathroom lock
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    Cedar hangers all the way. Dry cleaners wire hangers and other cheap plastic ones leave marks on your shoulder part and just look hideous in your closet.

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    I've had wood hangers for 7 years. I think wifey got mine at Bed, Bath, & Beyond. Can't stand the shoulder marks. Do it.

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    Wood hangers only here, can't stand wire

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    Plastic for all my casual shirts

    Wood for the business attire

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    Wood hangers here, I have cherry, the wife has birch.

    I get the ones with rubber wrapped around the horizontal post to keep pants and what not from sliding. I got them originally from costco, I think.
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    Wood hangers are good, the hangers you get from most dry cleaners are not meant to be used long term. Try to keep the original suit hangers as they tend to be better/stronger, if not use the cardboard shoulder pads you get from your cleaners.

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    I actuallu own a dry cleaners and like stated above the wire hangers are not ment to be used long term. I use wood hangers on my personal stuff, they help hold the shape of the clothes better. I use the felt ones for hanging pants and slacks.
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    metal unless it just came from the cleaners then wire lol

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    My wife and I have used wood hangers for everything for at least 10 years, but we're planning on moving to those felt/slim line ones. The wood ones just take up so much space! If anyone local to DC wants to buy them from me, I have hundreds!
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