Our cat has a collection of strings that have come out of our hoodies because I'm too lazy to try to shove them back through the hood. My mom showed me when I was younger how to restring them, you put a safety pin on one end and use that as a guide to pull it through. It works but it's a tedious job. So now when they fall out, our cat has a new play toy. Jason has since tied them together to make the "super string" which she will parade around the house waiting for one of us to grab on to it and play.

When I was sent the EZStringer to try out I have to admit I was skeptical.  It consisted of three different size restringers, directions and a collection of different widths and colors of strings.


I shuffled through our closet to find one of the many hoodies without a string, Jason has this super comfy sweatshirt that lost its string years ago.  I found a red string to go with the red hoodie and glanced through the directions.  It seemed simple enough.  

First you latch the string on the restringer and give it a tug to make sure it's secure. 

Then you guide the restringer into the hoodie (or whatever you're restringing)

It's very simple to grab onto the restringer and pull it around the hoodie, then you just guide it out and there you have it, a new string where there was once none!

It couldn't BE more simple!  I'm very impressed with the EZStringer and it's something I will be keeping around the house for those moments I'm going through the laundry and realize an article of clothing has lost its string!

The EZStringer was the brain child of Noel Ross - she started her woman owned company, Innovators Inc, in 2009!  The EZStringer is made in the USA as well, in the Chicagoland area.  It's priced right too, something that you can't pass up.  I think it would make an extra gift this holiday season, perfect for the college student you know who lives in hoodies!

Even better, EZStringer is giving away a kit to three of my readers!  Just in time for the holiday season to kick off!


Purchase your own kit on EZStringer's website for an amazing $10.00 (plus shipping & handling) and know you're protected by a 30 day money back guarantee.  But I'm pretty sure the first time you use it you'll be hooked as well! 


Enter to win one of the three kits up for grabs!  Drawing ends at 12:01 AM on Saturday November 26. I’ll draw the winner, via, on Saturday November 26. I will send an email to the winner & you will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Please be sure to read the rules!

Use the Rafflecopter form below. If you don't see it - click on the title of this post. Otherwise email me at tarah716[at] for instructions on how to enter.

I wasn't paid or swayed to write this post, I was sent the above mentioned products and asked to provide an open and honest review and giveaway!


slb3334 said...

I hate when hoodie drawstrings come out.

Kathleen Conner said...

I have a pair of sweatpants that could use these.
klconn7 (at) yahoo (dot) com

lyndsey said...

i would totally use this to restring my sweatshirts and a few pairs of pj pants!!

lyndsey dot hauck at gmail dot com

Colleenie said...

the hoodie i''ve had sitting on my safe for months!! i keep thinking im gonna work on getting the string back in but i havent :(


Angela Cisco said...

I am always messing my hoodie strings up, these would be great for that.

cpage2323 said...

i have a pair of drawstring panys that is always getting scrwed up! this is a great idea!
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daveshir2005 said...

My husbands jogging pants. He always pulls the strings out.

tdean30 said...

I bought 3 pair of pajama pants that all have strings. If you forget to tie them before you wash them one side is always gone. I have spent at least an hour one night with a coat hanger pulling out the string. So annoying!


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