I was given some of my Nan’s pegs that she had used on her clothesline for over 50 years and fell in love with how easy they were to use and sturdy compared with the typical plastic spring loaded peg. I couldn’t find them anywhere to purchase and wanted more, so decided to make them myself.
My pegs are designed to last a lifetime, they are all handmade by me from 100% Australian made steel and PVC.
As I will be working interstate for the months of January and February 2023 no orders will be made or sent until my return. Orders can be placed up until January 4th, any order after this date may be sent if stock is available or made and sent on return.
Not sure how they work?
Let me show you. It’s as easy as pushing them on, then pulling them off no squeezing necessary.
If you are hanging up thick blankets or towels you can easily adjust the width of the gap by gently opening the prongs. Then you can always adjust back to a narrow opening by squeezing together if you prefer a snug fit.
The BEST thing about my pegs is the fact there are NO moving parts so they wont break, no springs to pop out of place and no squeezing required, so are great for arthritic fingers or those with dexterity problems.
Our Happy Customers
THE BEST PEGS! Do not bother wasting your money elsewhere. They are sturdy, actually hold your clothes on the line, do not break / fall apart do not leave lines or marks on your clothing. This is a product I can stand behind 100%.
I used to use my dryer everyday as I couldn’t keep the clothes on the line with my windy alleyway. I tried Worlds Best Pegs and WOW they really do hold those clothes on tight. I’ve not had anything ever blow off my line again. I can't recommend these pegs highly enough.
These are the best pegs for hands that can’t use other pegs. I have been using these pegs for 25 years and they last and last. Once you purchase and use these pegs you will never want to use any other. My pegs live in the sun all year round and they never break. Hubby might mow over one randomly but I’m still able to use the peg.