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If you need to repeatedly tighten and undo a zip tie, you can insert the tail of the zip tie with its teeth away from the latch (essentially inserting it the other way around than normal). The latch holds onto the tail very well in my experience, and that's what I use when I need to keep unused charging cords organized so I can remove the zip tie easily when I need a particular cord. Maybe that could also be helpful for the plant support and trail markers ideas or when you need a temporary bind on something.
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