Clothing hangers have a certain look to them, but a new study shows that their use of materials is becoming more widespread.
In fact, there are more hangers out in the world than ever before.
The study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and the University at Buffalo found that the average household uses an average of 1,500 hangers per year, and that those that are dropped have a higher rate of breakage than those that were not.
Researchers surveyed more than 2,200 households in New York City and Washington, D.C., and found that there were nearly half as many hangers dropped than there were people who dropped them.
“We’ve seen a lot of fall out of hangers in the last 10 years, so this is not surprising,” said lead author Krista S. Sosnowski, a doctoral student in the College of Natural Resources at Penn.
“There’s more and more attention being paid to this problem, but we’re just beginning to look at the causes.”
“When clothes hang down, they’re thrown in the garbage and they’re left there for the entire day,” Sosbowski said.
“We wanted to know if there were any ways we could actually change that.
So we set out to figure out how clothes hang and how that might affect the way they are used and whether there’s a connection.”
The researchers conducted their research by asking people in each household to list the items they had thrown away, and then asked them to rate the ease with which they could access them.
For instance, if a hanger was left out, it would be rated as easy to get to, easy to throw away, or very easy to access.
Shes also asked people to describe how quickly they could get to each item.
What we discovered is that the items that were the most easy to pick up were the ones that were either a part of a dresser or a hangers, or the ones they threw away when they got home.
They were the same items that they threw out, so the reason why they were so easy to find was because they were left out.
The easiest items to find were the clothes hanes, which were the pieces of clothing that you throw away when you get home.
We also found that if you asked people what they would do if they were to find a hang, the majority of respondents said they would go into the kitchen, which was very easy.
But we also found the same percentage who said they’d go into a closet, which they did in more than half of cases.
So, these hangers were just the easiest items that people had to find, because they had been thrown out.
“The most common reason for hangers not being picked up is because of the difficulty of getting them to drop down,” Sysnowski said, noting that the same reason hangers don’t come out of closets is because it’s very difficult to remove them from closets.
“And that is the same issue we saw with other hangers.”
But the researchers also found an even greater issue: the clothing hangers that people were throwing away were often not in good shape, and they had become worn down.
We’re now seeing a trend that people throw away clothes they’re wearing every day, and there’s actually a very small number of people that are picking them up and actually keeping them, Sosbs said.
According to Sosnsowski, clothes hanging is not something people necessarily want to see happen.
She believes that this trend is in part because people are increasingly aware that clothes can become more fragile as they age.
“People are aware that things can deteriorate over time,” Sobs said.
“People want to keep their clothes in the house, so that’s not going to be a problem.”
The study also found more than a third of the hangers the researchers surveyed were worn down and needed to be replaced, and the majority were worn out.
This finding is not just limited to clothing.
In the study, the researchers found that people who were asked to keep a certain amount of clothes in their house were less likely to keep it than people who said that they did not.
“One of the big things that we found is that it’s not that people are necessarily trying to throw out their clothes, it’s that they’re trying to keep things in good condition,” Soksnowski explained.
People may have a tendency to throw things out, she added, but in the end, that doesn’t mean they have to.
“People can still choose to keep something they use regularly in the home, or they can just get rid of the thing,” Soms said.