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Most people use clothes pegs to hold clothes on their washing line. However, the humble clothes peg can be used in other ways. Here are five other uses for pegs:

If you have an item of clothing that keeps slipping off a wire coat hanger, hold it in place with a couple of pegs.

Blouse held on hanger with pegs
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Packets of frozen vegetables etc can be kept closed with a couple of pegs. A single peg will seal your loaf of frozen bread.

Using pegs to seal frozen packets
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Use pegs to stop the table cloth blowing away when you are eating alfresco.

Using pegs to seal frozen packets
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For a different way to display a few photos, peg them to a dry branch in a pot.

Using pegs to seal frozen packets
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At Christmas time display your cards by pegging them to the outside edges of your curtains.

Using pegs to seal frozen packets
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Next time you need to hold something in place ask yourself if a clothes peg or two would do the job!

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Great for closing popcorn, chips, pretzels packets, as well!

Can't find a bookmark? Use a peg instead, as a temporary one!
Great ideas, thank you. I had never thought of using a peg as a book mark.
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