BB10 Clothespin

BB10 Clothespin on a clothesline

Something about BB10 Clothespin

Something about a Clothespin

The clothespin, also known as a clothes peg, is a simple device used to attach clothes to a clothesline for drying.
The exact origin of the clothespin is not clear, but it is believed to have been invented in the 19th century.
The earliest clothespins were made from wood and had a simple design with two prongs that could be squeezed together to open the jaws of the pin.
In the early 20th century, the design was improved with the addition of a spring, which made it easier to open and close the pin.
During World War II, clothespins became scarce due to the shortage of wood and metal.
As a result, clothespins were made from alternative materials such as plastic and aluminum.
Today, clothespins come in various shapes and sizes and are made from a variety of materials such as wood, plastic, and metal.
Some clothespins are designed with special features such as non-slip grips or weather-resistant coatings.
Overall, the clothespin has remained a useful and ubiquitous tool for hanging clothes to dry,
and its design has evolved to meet the changing needs and materials of the times.