Cinch cord bundles with stretchable bands designed to slip around baby bottles and sippy cups for labeling purposes. Bands can be customized with any text, including information about cord length and usage.
Feed looped cords onto a paper towel holder. Stash power strips and connectors in the basket above.
Drape a cord from each hook of a rotating tie-and-belt hanger. Tag cords with colored electrical tape.
Secure a wound-up cord with a hook-and-loop-tape strap. Use a paint pen to identify cord length and type.
Bundle cords with plastic zip ties and label with paper key tags. Keep cords neatly organized on sturdy garage wall hooks.
Buy clamping devices designed to secure bundles of cord inside lock-and-release teeth.
Avoid household injuries and fires with these tips from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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