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Old 03-18-2011, 08:30 AM   #1
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Found a possible Organizer for chargers and cables

I think I found the answer to my old problem of storing all the different chargers and usb cables etc...
I found a bunch of clear vinyl "make-up" cases with zippers at the Job lot store. I think they had things like tweezers or other makeup items in them before and they were selling the empty bags for a buck apiecel
I previously had them in a travel kit that had elastic ribbon to hold shaving items etc.. I used the elastic to hold the cords but they always got loose and tangled together.
These new bags I am putting the different cable into each seperate bag, and they are clear so I know what is what with a glance.
Not road tested yet but it looks hopeful.

They even had a smaller one that was the size of a ziplock sandwich bag which I got for laundry change. That will probably hold up better than the ziplocks I have been using.
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I use ZipLok bags for loose items.

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Old 03-19-2011, 09:35 AM   #3
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I used Zip locks for change but had to use new ones often, the hard plastic sounds like a better way to go.
Thanks for the idea-I'm off to the Dollar Store.

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