The rack is tied up with a pipe in the car and the hanger is fixed to this, and the hose (5m, 10m for extension other than hose reel) and the extension cord (10m) are hung. It can be stored in the car clean and easy to take out. Personally, I think it is easier to use than a large S-shaped hook.
When I used it for a year on the outdoor south side, it was weak in ultraviolet rays and the flexibility which was originally weak was gone, and I pulled a little hose and it took a load and it broke as "Bakki!" Without stickiness. I think that it is a prerequisite product to use outdoors, so this may be bad. Again, it would be better for metal objects to be used for these applications.
I want a hose hanger on an excellent product wall which is very good, flexibility and width, the degree of curvature of J, whatever they are, though I thought of a wire hanger, but when I caught on clothes or caught squatting when I got caught I thought it was a bit scary so I decided to do it. The result is a great right answer The only regret is that it is shaped only to be caught in a faucet and shaped like an inconvenient hole to attach to a wall. I applied a thin wooden plate from the top and hit the slightly swollen part in the middle with a nail, but I think that it would be best if there was a nail hole if possible if possible