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    How to hide cords on open desks. This is awesome! This is the one I will be doing! Get that power strip off the floor!

    genius! Sugru

    How to Organize and Hide Your Hanging Computer Cables Under Your Desk: "An inexpensive and great way to keep computer cables organized is to use squeeze-type paper clips, also known as binder or bulldog clips.

    Fínt, svo væri hægt að raða kössunum snyrtilega ofan á hvorn annan, fínt fyrir mig sem er 3 fjöltengi inni hjá mér

    OMG!! Why didn't I think of this!!! Cover your refrigerator shelf with Saran's Press and Seal Wrap....then when it gets dirty you just peel it off and apply a new piece!! This is genius.

    genius, pure genius.

    Keep Your Kitchen Sponges Dry and Clean with Binder Clips

    Hidden computer cords under clever!

    Pop top as picture hanger {ha how clever is that!}

    TIDY CORDS Eliminate the tangle of unused extension cords by storing each one in a piece of pipe insulation -- foam tubing with a slit along one side. Using a utility knife, cut insulation to desired length (about thirteen inches for each six feet of cord). Fold the cord to size, insert it, and label the foam to indicate the length of cord enclosed.

    CableBox - smart idea to hid unsightly cords.

    CableDrop gently grasps your power and peripheral cords so they do not fall off your desk every time you unplug your laptop. The ever popular CableDrop manages your wires and cables easily solving your cable management needs.

    Need one of these for the bed//or for the livingroom/tv/xbox/etc

    wire management

    Bread tags make the perfect-sized cord labels

    Magnetic strip to hold bobby pins inside a drawer... SMART

    such a great idea!

    cheap and effective way to organize - toilet paper rolls for organizing cords

    bread tags into cord tags.

    Take your favorite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be good for at least 40 loads of laundry WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!