This Metal Lost Sock Sign with Clips is a fun and artistic way to reunite lost socks! Featuring a shabby-chic design, this durable metal sign has a rustic brown finish and nine clips. "Lost socks" is written with wire in whimsical script, making this unique sign much more than a place to gather random socks, it's a piece of wall art!
A conversational accent for any laundry room or mudroom, this sturdy lost socks sign is an attractive yet functional piece of wall décor. When you find a random sock alone in the dryer or floating about the house, simply clip him to the metal hanger until you recover his mate. Just think, you'll be reuniting socks like never before! With the help of this lost socks sign, you might even be able to add "sock matchmaker" to your résumé.
For years society has questioned the location of lost socks. For the most part this mystery remains unsolved, although a host of theories and explanations have been documented. Some believe socks could be lost inside the washer or dryer. Depending on the appliance, this could be a possibility. Others claim that socks get easily lodged within other pieces of clothing, due to their small size and susceptibility to static cling. Brian J. Reardon has even put forth a quantum mechanical approach to the problem with his highly-theoretical "quantum theory of laundry." This theory explains that socks never actually disappear, "quite simply, at the time of the disturbance or stopping of the machine they have a wave function that puts them temporarily in the washing system or completely converts them to lint." Ponder that the next time you do laundry!
• Metal sign holds lost socks
• "Lost socks" written in wire
• Features 9 clips
• Rustic brown finish
• Artsy yet functional wall décor
30"L x 10½"H
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