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    • Abigail Straub

      Home Office Storage Solutions - Convert a bread box into a charging station for small electronic devices. Just drill a hole in the back, insert a rubber grommet, and thread the power-strip cord through. Cut small slits in 1/4-inch medium-density fiberboard (MDF) to create a divider that conceals the power strip and chargers behind it.

    • rhonda ashby

      DIY bread box charging station | drill hole in back of breadbox, insert rubber grommet, and thread power-strip cord through. cut slits in 1/4" MDF, or gator board (art supply store) for the divider that hides power strip and chargers.

    • Pennie Robinson

      "Convert a bread box into a charging station for small electronic devices. Just drill a hole in the back, insert a rubber grommet, and thread the power-strip cord through. Cut small slits in 1/4-inch medium-density fiberboard (MDF) to create a divider that conceals the power strip and chargers behind it." What a great idea.

    • Christine Patterson

      Bread box charging station. Wicked cool idea!

    • Garner Ballard

      DIY charging station from a breadbox!! NO MESSY CORDS!! I've already got the bread box.

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