DIY Shorts Hanger
You know that little bar under the main clothing bar in most closets? I never found a use for it until now. To start with, go to Wal-Mart and purchase a 12 pack of cheap shower curtain rings, like below (only 98 cents). Next, open one up slide the loops of your shorts around the ring, hang up, AND THAT'S IT.
Simple enough, huh?
Check out my pictures below to get a better idea!
Tip: Fold the shorts with the zipper in the back, grab the two side loops, and place around the shower curtain ring.
Wendy D'Agostino on Oct 05, 2019
2lb. Wide shower curtain rings polished chrome, easy glide rollers. 100% rustproof stainless steel, set of 12 $13.95
That is the cheapest price I found for this type. They have done others that look pretty heavy duty for around $6.
They also had curtain rings with clips hanging from them that hold up to 3lbs. each. Only thing is they don't open so you'd have to slide them on a rod first or use a heavy duty shower ring to attach them. It would increase the space need to hang pants but not by alot. They are a lot cheaper; $9.99 for a 42 pack. This brand was called Topspeeder. If I mounted a pole under my regular closet pole I could slide a whole pile of them on and hang pants and shorts (in summer) on them and that would give me a lot more hangar space for my other clothes. Im going to see what I can find for a pole and try it. Especially since it went down to 37 degrees last night (2 days ago it was 80) and is time to swap the summer and winter clothes out. I was looking for a picture of the curtain clips and found a website by a woman that was 10 things you can do with curtain clips and she had the exact idea of adding the extra pole only she also added boots, purses and other accessories. Now I'm definitely doing this. We're have very little closet space in our house. She even used them for hanging rolls of wrapping paper. When I'm done I'll let everyone know how it came out.