We think our clothespins are wonderful, but you don’t have to take our word for it….
Below is a list of Bloggers who have written Clothespin Reviews of Kevin’s Quality Clothespins. None of these bloggers were paid. We simply emailed them and asked if they wanted to try them out and give an honest review of our product after testing them out.
I would recommend you not only read their clothespin reviews, but check out their FB pages and follow these wonderful blogs.
Click the pictures below to get to each blogger’s Clothespin review page
Imperfectly Happy Homesteading
A great YouTube channel I LOVE talks to us at Mother Earth News Fair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WhjHQIqlYc
“I raise chickens using natural, old-timer’s methods and always say ‘these aren’t your grandmother’s chickens’. Well, Kevin’s Quality Clothespins aren’t your grandmother’s clothespins either. They’re better! Hand carved and reminiscent of vintage pins, they are sturdier and better made, while reminding us of days gone by, maybe helping us reminisce about the ‘good old days’. I love these clothespins. They hold clothes on the line extremely well and are just beautiful to look at. True works of art. Revive a bit of nostalgia in your backyard and try hanging your laundry on the line using Kevin’s Quality Clothespins.” -Lisa at Fresh Eggs Daily
The author of this lovely blog ordered our factory seconds and wrote this review. As you can see from the picture her chickens love them too 🙂
Jeanie: “These are not your “Made in China” clothespins! They are sturdy ! I bought a pack of 10 and they are the first clothespins on the line. I can’t wait to order more – maybe Santa will bring me some :)”
Tracy “I gave them quite a workout…from my husbands heavy work clothes to rugs and even a heavy comforter and they were wonderful. I didn’t have one of them snap with the weight and it was even windy and nothing fell to the ground. There is something special about knowing they were made by hand and not in a factory overseas! I was so protective of them I didn’t even want to leave them outside in my clothespins bucket. I did choose to leave them outside to see how they fair the weather.