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The Hanger Project: Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. JL724

    JL724 Senior Member

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    I wanted to thank Kirby for yet another seamless transaction. I have about two dozen suit and jacket hangers that I have been more then happy with and decided to convert all of my shirt hangers to Kirby's products. 45 hangers showed up today and I couldn't be more impressed. The finish and quality on them is just as good as the suit hangers and they fit my shirts perfectly; no more hanger shoulder or creases. My only issue is that I don't have enough room in my closet to hang my pants vertically, so I can't purchase his clamping trouser hangers.

    Thanks again Kirby, looking forward to placing my next order.
     
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  2. kirbya

    kirbya Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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  3. JPHardy

    JPHardy Distinguished Member

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    After a long week, nothing like coming home to a package from Hanger Project.

    A few staples and some treats.

    See you Sunday.
     


  4. Artking3

    Artking3 Senior Member

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    Rats, missed last Shoe Shine Sunday.
     


  5. Artking3

    Artking3 Senior Member

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    I have the exact first 2 pairs of Carmina shoes. Scary.
     


  6. david3558

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  7. biged781

    biged781 Senior Member

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    Just got my first shipment of jacket and shirt hangers. Beautiful as expected. My only regret is that I didn't order more. Luckily, I can fix that...
     
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  8. Liquidus

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    Any update on when the Saphir Suede Renovateur will be back in stock? I've been waiting for that for months. Thanks.
     


  9. stevent

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    Yeah need the saphir sprays as well
     


  10. JPHardy

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    A bit under the weather today, but some quick pics for S*3

    Water bead test on suede. Looks like these will start the year with a little more protective spray.

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    Used the Saphir Pate de Luxe on the edging. I thing this is my new product for the edges.

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    Using my new horned back suede brush. It is smaller than I expected, but pleasantly so, as it can be part of my travel kit.

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  11. sridhar3

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    Shoes were desperately in need of a shine. Haven't given them TLC in about a month.

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  12. CalTex

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    The girl is sick so it was a long and boring Sunday. She was willing to hold up a boot that I shined for her though. :)

    Yes I used Reno on all of these and the wallet....I want this book. :embar:


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  13. Flyswatter

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    You polished your Sperrys and some plain white sneakers? :puzzled:
     


  14. CalTex

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    They are made of leather, I used reno not wax.
     


  15. Flyswatter

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    Fair enough. It's just the sheen from the polish seems incongruous with the casual nature of those shoes. Plus, I think most would say sneakers look better broken-in and with a few scuffs for character, not to mention they probably won't last long enough anyway to make condition/polishing the leather worthwhile. But hey, I like taking care of my stuff too, so more power to ya. :nodding:
     


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