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Hair ties are cheap and plentiful. Pair them with any number of household objects for lifehacks galore!
Some of us carry miles of charge cables. Hitch a hair tie to each of your cables and leave it there. When it's time to wrap it up, it's right there,...
Hitch a hair tie to the long edge of a paper clip (a keyring could work for this, too). This simple contraption can snap on, and off a handful of cor...
I get changed for my bicycle commute in this storage room. This makeshift "hook" helps me keep my stuff off the floor. (The carabiner would be a fin...
The mighty binder clip can do even more when it's paired with a hair tie. Here it is, holding a cookbook, and also locking my bike basket in place.
The gym (or the park, or the beach) doesn't always have a place for a hat. Rather than smashing my hat into my bag, I clip it to the side. Pictured:...
A hair tie on a purse strap is a quiet, unobtrusive way to keep commonly used things (like housekeys,) close at hand.
...or you could use it as a hair tie. But that would just be silly.
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Posted:Aug 9, 2012
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