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Size:2 Pack

Do you have lots of tank tops or camisole which take up so much space in your closet?

 Do you be annoyed with run out space to put your bars or every time need to your bras around the floor to find which one you want?

 Do you always complaint about clothes always be wrinkled when you take them out from drawer?

 

If you have those situation, Giftol Space Saving Hanger will be your life saver.

 

Save 50% space of your closet

Giftol space saving hanger have 16 hooks which can at least hang 8 clothes. According to your needs, you can hang clothes in each hook to save more space. It is perfect suit for hanging tank tops, camisole, bras, swimsuit, scarfs, tights.

 Free Up Drawer Space

This hanger is a ideal idea to hang your bras, and you will clearly see all the bras.

 Made of High Quality Stainless

Unlike cheap plastic hanger, every Giftol hanger is strong and sturdy, which can use last a lifetime.

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