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One of my earliest memories was arranging clothespins on a windowsill by a clothesline overlooking a courtyard in Boro Park, Brooklyn. It gave a 3-year-old a sense of productivity and a lesson in hand-eye coordination. It also gave me a lifelong love of spring-loaded wood, those uniform legions of easy-on, easy-off fasteners that are as all-purpose as Duct Tape but without the sticky residue. And they're reusable.
While it isn't likely that people without access to a gas drier will come to B&H for laundry accoutrements, anyone who sets up a photo shoot or works in a darkroom might appreciate the chance of throwing a bag of 50 real wooden General Brand Clothespins in their cart. You never know when one or more will come in handy. No batteries or tech support needed. Even a 3-year-old gets it.