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Better than plastic!
A good eco option for pegs. No staining or damages to clothes. A couple of them have fallen apart, but quite easy to put back together. These pegs were a bit shorter than what I'd usually use and they felt rather dainty to use. They have no problem staying attached to my clothes line even in our winter winds and rain.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: happyleucky
Thought it might be good sustainable alternative to wooden or plastic pegs, but now I'm not sure
These pegs look fairly hardy, though only time will tell if they cope with the elements. They are a bit small. Makes them somewhat fiddly with my big bloke hands when hanging out the washing, and they're kinda slippery too. I'm trying to replace plastic and non-sustainable products where I can so I thought I'd give these a go. However on reading into the issues a bit I realise that Bamboo isn't necessarily the miracle product it's touted to be. There are question marks over the sustainability of bamboo production in Asia, and the labour practices involved in its manufacture. There's a good Guardian article about it, which ebay won't let me post So you make up your own mind. All in all they're probably better than the alternatives. But still a bit small.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: dutonyw