Have you ever stored more than one extension cord on a hook? If you try to grab just one, either you'll leave loops of the cord you want on the hook, or you'll grab loops from more than one cord. This solves that problem.

Step 1: Make the Hangers

It is simple. You should be able to figure it out by looking at the picture.

Grab some rope or cord. Pictured below is approximately 1/4 inch 'clothesline'. Like a lot of my instructables, I used what I already had. Cut the rope into approximately 2 foot long pieces. Melt the ends if you so desire. Now tie each piece of rope into a loop. Use whatever knot you like. I think I used a simple overhand knot. Hold both cut ends in one hand, make a loop, pull the ends through the loop and pull it tight.
<p>If you do the half hitch as above on the extension cord before you roll it the rope stays with the cord. Roll up the extension cord, do another half hitch around the now rolled up cord as shown and hang it up. This way the rope is always with the cord so there is no excuse not to use it.</p>
Nice idea. For sure going to try using this at work, and see how long this method lasts.
lasts till you stop USING it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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