The many layers of construction

I remembered the old wire hangers my Dad hung our clothes on, they consistently left the worst marks in my jackets, but she also had black wire frames to put my father’s pants on… While drying, the pants would have a crease in the middle of the legs that went all the way to the waist, but it was a good use of wire, however I wondered what kind of wire it was.

I was consistently a curious child, and I was even more curious as I got older.

I appreciated to learn up-to-date things, especially how things are made and where words came from. When I l earned ‌hangers are made of black annealed rod wire, and I wanted to guess what it is. The black annealed wire is made of low carbon steel wire rod material. It is finished with oil to avoid it becoming rusty. Through the process of annealing, iron wire is soft for processing and baling uses. It has high strength and relaxing stretching resistance. I remembered trying to use a single mom’s old wire hangers to make a halo for my kid in the Christmas pageant! No matter how much I tried to change the shape, I couldn’t quite get it to go into a perfect circle, but my daughter’s halo was more of a diamond shape, however it was easy to form. When looking at the wire hanger, I didn’t suppose it was as necessary to find out what they made it from, as it was to figure out how to change how it looked in its hanger form! Although my kid didn’t mind the ill-formed halo, our minister looked at it oddly.

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