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    • Angela Fleischmann

      Low tech for high tech - Bread clips for cord labels. I use sandwich bag/bread bag twisty ties to take up the slack in cords, too.

    • Koa Braeden

      Bread bag ties + power strip = easy! What a great idea!

    • Jessie Sanders

      Bread bag ties + power strip = easy! SUCH a good idea.

    • Misty Camacho

      Bread bag tags to label cords Great idea!

    • Ashley Sieck

      Such a great idea! Bread Bag Tags + Power Strip = Easy Identification

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