Clothespins can be used for much more than holding up laundry to dry! Check out these clothespin hacks to keep your headphones untangled, make DIY chopsticks, make DIY magnets for your fridge or to store and organize your scarves!
Age Clothespins. Fill container w/white vinegar and a steel wool pad. Let sit overnight. Drop clothespins into solution - make sure to coat each throroughly. Remove after a few minutes. Lay on rag to dry.
Clothespins are awesome, a lot of creative crafts can be done with them, and the best of it that they are really cheap, you can get 50 of them at a dollar. In case you're short of ideas about what can be done with clothespins, we have a nice compilation here for you of the most interesting and fun projects for you and your kids.