Redecker Clothes Pegs in Cotton Bag

These untreated beechwood clothes pegs have a sturdy steel spring and are biodegradable. They make a great waste-free alternative to plastic clothes pegs and come in a cotton bag. Price is for 20 pegs. 

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  • Redecker is a third generation family business specialising in hand-crafted brushes made traditionally by highly skilled blind brush makers.
  • Sustainable, natural and ethically sourced materials.
  • These wooden pegs biodegrade unlike plastic pegs - a great waste-free and eco-friendly choice. 


  • Made with sustainable untreated beechwood.
  • 20 pegs in a cotton drawstring storage bag - no plastic packaging involved. 
  • Oversized and strong. 
  • Will not become brittle in weather like plastic pegs. 

dimensions /materials:

Each peg: 9cm length x 1cm width / untreated beechwood, steel coil. 

Made in Poland. 

By on 23 Sept. 2017 :
Title : Great product
Comment : Love that they come in a reusable cotton bag and the pegs themselves will last a lot longer if they're not left on the line full time
(Redecker Clothes Pegs in Cotton Bag)
By on 16 Nov. 2016 :
Title : Better than plastic!
Comment : These pegs are not as robust or long lasting as the traditional wooden pegs. However, I still find them useful as they open further and can be used to secure bulkier items like thick duvets and heavy oven gloves to my washing line, whereas the traditional pegs don't have big enough slots. I've also experimented and attached some of these pegs to some hemp twine to display my kids artwork on the walls, which looks super cute. I am going to try the same with Christmas decorations this year.
(Redecker Clothes Pegs in Cotton Bag)

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