Introduction: Magnetic Key Holder

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Until now, I lost my keys in home very soon and that was a big problem for me!

I knew there is a shape called key holder, but never I try to buy that. Last week, I found a easy, cheap and pretty way to make anything that keep my keys. I called that "Magnetic key holder" .

This key-holder made by small magnets, that stick keys on a plain. Nobody can knows the secret of sticky keys!
Almost my keys made of Iron, so that trick will work for you if you have iron keys like me.

Step 1: What You Will Need

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  • Small magnets
  • Thin plane: I used 4*10cm plexiglass
  • Liquid glue
  • Tack (button round needle)
  • Drill

Step 2: Glue the Magnets

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For each key, I used 2 small magnets. If your keys have much weigh, you should use more stronger magnets.
Glue the magnets on the plane with liquid glue.

Step 3: Make the Holes

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Now we should stick our key holder on the wall. To do that, make two holes in left and right side of the plane with drill.


Step 4: Connect to the Wall

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Hold the plane on the wall and nail the tacks in holes.

Step 5: Hang the Keys!

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Your magnetic key holder is ready to hold the keys!
Now you never lose you keys in home!

Enjoy :)

Comments

MojtabaT (author)2015-10-06

کی گفته که با گوشت کوب فقط باید گوشت کوبید؟

mrmtgh (author)2012-04-02

Hi Farzad, thank you for this key holder, I always follow you in Baghbagho.com :)

farzadbayan (author)mrmtgh2012-04-19

Your welcome, happy to meet you here! =)

rimar2000 (author)2011-06-03

Interesting, but almost all my keys are made of brass or bronze, then the magnet does not hold them.

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