[Slightly convenient “petit plastic outdoor goods” 20]The right thing to dry socks and handkerchiefs is “clothes drying hanger with clothespin”. It’s a trivial task of just hanging clothes on a clothespin, but it’s surprisingly troublesome to repeat it over and over again. In such a case, “MAGIC accessory drying hanger” is convenient. What is different from a normal clothes hanger is the built-in pinch with the biggest point mounted on the frame. With a new design that allows you to dry the laundry simply by inserting it from below, there is no need to pinch and dry the clothespins that you have used so far. Now let’s verify its usability. When I tried inserting the socks, I was able to pinch them as firmly as when I pinched them with clothespins. In addition, thanks to the jagged part of the pinch, the sense of stability is perfect. Even if you pull it down, it won’t be a big deal with a little gentle force. To be honest, it’s more comfortable than I expected. On the contrary, when you want to remove the laundry, just pull it out from above. It’s also surprisingly easy, so once you get used to it, you’ll be able to dry the clothes with one hand. In addition, there is no need to worry about pinches getting entangled with each other due to the structure. Since the hook part has a stopper for the rod, it has the advantage that it will not come off even in strong winds. However, if you say strong, thick laundry is a little difficult to dry. It’s not impossible to dry it, but it’s a little difficult to remove because it gets caught when it’s removed. However, to put it the other way around, it’s worth checking out because there are only so many points to worry about. The price is 980 yen. If you want to reduce the stress of drying clothes, please pick it up. (Freelance writer, Kyoya Fujisaki) ■ Profile Kyoya Fujisaki Male in his 30s. A family of three, a wife and a son. My job is advertising on the web, and I became a freelance writer because the ban on side jobs was lifted at the company. Recently, I have been waking up to the outdoors and working on the development of “petit plastic outdoor goods”.