Introduction: 3-Step Clothes Pin Magnet
I wanted something to hold recipes on my refrigerator conveniently, not barbarically. It's the simple things and I decided to share one of those things.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
You will need:
Disc Neodymium Magnet
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Step 2: Apply Adhesive to Clothes Pin
My clothes pins happen to have little notches on the top that indicated a good area to use. Remember to put the magnet on a spot that is on the end that you pinch to open.
Step 3: Apply Magnet to Adhesive
Keep in mind that you should do this quickly, before the cyanoacrylate dries. Also, be careful not to get it on your fingers. It won't kill you, but it isn't pleasant either.