Organize Your Electronic Cables

February 25, 2014 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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We recently came across this great idea for keeping your electronic cables organized. These days, most people have a handful of cables that they need at arm’s length at all times. However, these cables can often slip off the top of your desk and end up on the floor. Luckily, keeping these cables handy is fairly easy using a piece of metal, some Neodymium magnets, and The Original Super Glue.

Neodymium magnets can be taken from old electronics or purchased relatively cheaply online. These special magnets are much stronger than ceramic magnets and need to be handled carefully. If you have a pacemaker or use other electronic medical devices, you may need to avoid magnets.

To keep your cables organized, the first thing you will need to do is affix the Neodymium magnets to the cables. Using a drop of Super Glue, attach one magnet to the head of each cable (the end you need to have on hand). Hold the magnet against the cable for a few seconds to allow the glue to set.

Next, take a small metal sheet and attach it to the top of your desk. You can use double-sided tape, such as Front Porch Treasures Foam Mounting Tape, to make the job quick and easy. Then, just place your newly magnetic cables on the metal sheet to keep them handy at all times.

 

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