Clothes Pins


Oct 29, 2016

Too often, boat owners find towels and other laundry hung out to dry in a wet heap on deck, or worse, missing altogether. Standard, home-sized laundry pins aren’t up to the task, especially on a windy day. Bernard Engraving’s Sea Snap, however, is strong and oversized to handle the heaviest of items. And now, it comes in five vibrant colours.


Made from thick, durable plastic, Sea Snap won’t rust and discolour fabrics. Large teeth provide ample gripping power and at 6″ L x 3/4″ W, Sea Snap is robust enough to hold tight, even in a stiff sea breeze. A wide hook on the end allows it to be hung on everything from a lifeline to a 1-1/4″ rail. New red and dark navy blue colours complement existing yellow, clear, and teal hues.


The Sea Snap isn’t just for use on deck. Inside a boat, they’re perfect for organizing all kinds of equipment, from cables and wires to wet foul weather gear. Bernard Engraving’s Sea Snap clothes pins make a great gift and sell for $3.69 each.


Contact Bernard Engraving, P.O. Box 320034, Fairfield, CT 06825. 800-654-2094; Fax: 203-331-1507. sales@bereng.com; www.bereng.com.


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