HOW TO ORGANIZE CABLES UNDER YOUR DESK
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One of the most annoying moments is when you see cables everywhere and they are all tangled. It’s not an easy job to keep your cables organized all the time but there are a lot of very simple solutions you can use at home. Start from unplugging and separating all the cables. Some of the USB cables might be very dirty and you can use aloe gel to clean them. It’s important to manage cables under your desk and hide your cable mess. Moreover, you can accidentally unplug your notebook and lose important files. Use double-sided adhesive tape to attach a power strip to the desk or wall, or simply use Anker products that already have adhesive elements. The best place for the power strip is the underside of your desk. Use zip ties to organize cables from different gadgets and your desk will be perfectly clean.
By the way, one of the most convenient ways to charge your gadgets is to use a powerstrip pad with several USB ports. Now you don’t need to charge gadgets in different corners of your apartment. Moreover, a powerstrip pad doesn’t require much space and is perfect for traveling.
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02:59 Use zip ties to organize cables
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