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Tubular Bar Pull Owners

Posted by sjerin (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 20, 12 at 0:56

If you have the sort that extend beyond the perpendicular piece, can you tell me whether you ever catch your clothes (or anything else) on them? Dh loves them, I'm so-so but would be ok with them, as long as they don't do the above. TIA.


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RE: Tubular Bar Pull Owners

I have them in a kitchenette in the basement, and have caught my clothing on them a lot on the horizontal drawer pulls. If you install them you will do it too. In the kitchen we opted for ones without the "clothes catchers" and are glad.


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RE: Tubular Bar Pull Owners

Thanks very much for letting me know, Kris. You've kept us from making a mistake!


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RE: Tubular Bar Pull Owners

We have them and I've caught my clothes once in almost two years.


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We have them and it hasn't been an issue at all. But we have really, really long ones. On the drawers they take up probably 80% of the face of the drawer, so it would be really hard to catch your clothes on them. I suspect if you get smaller ones it might be more of an issue on your top drawers.


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RE: Tubular Bar Pull Owners

Not my clothes, but I do get the cable on my iPod caught all the time . . .


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RE: Tubular Bar Pull Owners

I read many comments here about the "clothes catchers." DH fell in love with them and that's what we ended up using. We have a number of sizes, using the one third rule, so lower drawers have longer pulls installed horizontally. We only have a couple of lower doors, no issue there either. Not a problem so far with clothes catching.


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