EZstringer Review and Giveaway – Ends 5/15 @ 11:59 PM EST

Have you ever thrown out a hoodie or your favorite pair of pants simply because the drawstring came out? I  had a pair of gym/yoga pants that I wore after I had my boys while I was recovering from my c-sections that I loved - unfortunately, the drawstring ended up being pulled out by my oldest son while helping me with the laundry (he was only 2 at the time so he didn’t know any better!). I tried everything I could including the good ol’ wire hanger to try and get the string back in. Sadly, it was a lost cause and I had to throw out the pants.



I recently received the EZstringer and a 12-pack of drawstrings to test out – let me tell you, I wish I would have thought of this! I received 3 different sizes (small, medium and large) so I can re-string my boys’ clothing, my clothing and my fiance’s clothing! 

Real Simple Magazine featured the EZstringer in September 2011 as one of the top 6 items to simplify your life. In addition to simplifying re-stringing your clothing, you can also use the EZstringer to add some unique qualities to your clothing by changing up the colors of the drawstrings!


The EZstringer is as easy as 1-2-3 — just like the picture shows! I’ve tried tons of “as seen on TV” kind of products in the past and it’s RARE that any actually work – however, the EZstringer proved my negative outlook to be wrong! Even my boys can use this product with ease :)

The EZstringer 3 pack retails for $10, and the drawstrings for $9.98!  You can purchase these directly from their website!




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Comments

  1. Alisha Kostiuk says:

    I have tried to use a needle and my hands fell off in the midst so I gave up:(

  2. Mary Ann Woods says:

    I have tried a safety pin which does work but it’s not easy! These sound much better.

  3. Faith K says:

    Where have these been all my life??? Usually, I try to ol’ safety pin trick, but it’s a pain in the behind.

  4. Rachel Robertson (Azrael Robertson) says:

    Ugghh I hate when you lose the string! The one thing that usually works is a safety pin, but it takes forever!

  5. Rose Garten says:

    Safety pin is usually my choice.

  6. A safety pin!

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