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Casa Quickie: TP For Your Tech

I just spied this inventive idea on Real Simple and couldn't help but pass it along, considering that my gadget cords all look like a messy ball of yarn. If you're anything like me, and you've got cords for your camera, iPod, computer, BlackBerry, blow-dryer, speakers, television, DVD player, etc. clogging up your outlets, God bless you. No really, if that's the case, then here's a trick for you. When you've finished a roll of toilet paper, just slide it over a collection of your cords to keep them contained and untangled. Or, you can use it to keep a single cord from coming unwound once you've folded it up for storage. This is particularly a great idea to keep in mind come Dec. 26 when you've got tree lights to store!

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Hex Hex 7 years
Very cool. Now how to convince the man of the house not to toss the toilet paper and papertowel rolls?
mfern64 mfern64 7 years
I think I would cover them with some pretty paper and some clear contact paper.
tofutoast tofutoast 7 years
Recycling! Yay! Though I think I'd jazz it up with some multi-colored electric tape in and around the tube. Which also solves the safety issue raised by ThePerfectScore.
macgirl macgirl 7 years
Can we combine this with the artistically cut out TP tubes? :-)
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 7 years
OH recycling idea!! I love this.. Just make sure your cords are electrically safe b/c I can see the cardboard on fire if you have frayed wires/
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