Organize electrical cords
Does the top of your desk look like wild vines of wire have overtaken it? Is there a thicket of cord behind your entertainment center? Tame the technology jungle by rolling each wire up neatly and securing the extra length with a twist tie.
Tie up plant stems
Twist ties are handy for securing a drooping plant stem to a stake or holding vines to a trellis. Don’t twist the ties too tight, because you might injure the stem and restrict its growth.
Code your keys
Got several similar-looking keys on your chain? Quickly identify them with twist ties of different colors secured through the holes in the keys.
Bind loose-leaf paper
Hold sheets of loose-leaf paper together by inserting twist ties in the holes.
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