Introduction: Electrical Cord Self-Bundling While Still Plugged In
Bundle up excess electrical cord all by itself without unplugging anything.
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Step 1: A Common Way to Self Bundle
Electrical cord can be bundled in neat loops all by itself.
The trouble is that one end usually needs to be free to do this.
Step 2: The Cords Are Starting to Get Messy.
Suppose you have a rat's nest of excess electrical cords behind your equipment.
And suppose you don't happen to have anything handy to neatly bind all cords together.
Step 3: Try This..
Grab both ends of your loop with both hands.
Twist one end of the loop several times inside out while and optionally twist the other end outside in.
Step 4: Does This Do the Job?
Do it as much as needed.
The cord will want to stay in one handy piece.