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Bread Bag Tags + Power Strip = Easy Identification

We've mentioned using bread bag tags before to label cords, but Make intern, Tyler Moskowite took it to another level and used the common throw away item to identify all of his cords for easy identification. Instead of just plugging in your power cords haphazardly, you can use the bread tags to ensu...
  • Twaddle Pins

    Use those plastic bread tie tabs to label cords in a power strip for easy identification.

  • Designing Life

    Cord Labels? Unless you absolutely have no other options, don't use bread bag closers to label cords. Organized, but at what cost? Please don't.

  • Hannah Gavlik

    We've mentioned using bread bag tags before to label cords, but Make intern, Tyler Moskowite took it to another level and used the common throw away item to identify all of his cords for easy identification. Instead of just plugging in your power cords haphazardly, you can use the bread tags to ensure that only the right ones stay plugged in when you need to. Some power supplies and computer peripherals are energy vampires, so it's a good way to stay on top of thing

  • Danielle Holmes

    Use bread bag plastic thingies to label cords on a power strip - good idea!

  • C Gritts

    Bread clips used to label cords on power strip -- simple and free. GOOD IDEA!

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  • Lynn Hinds Martin

    Seriously....why haven't I thought of this. No more tangled cords for me. Could even paint them to match the cord color.

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