Seven Different Ways to Use a Magnetic Strip
Everyone knows you can hang knives from a magnetic strip, but did you know there are so many more ideas??
I found these strips at Harbor Freight for $3.99 so I grabbed a bunch.
Messy tools? Yeah, I can never find the pliers that's I'm looking for. Hang a magnetic strip in your garage to make tool organization easy.
Lots of scissors? Hang a magnetic strip in your craft room and organize your scissors so you can easily find the pair you're looking for.
Lots of paint brushes? Hang a magnetic strip near your paint supplies so you'll always have the correct size brush.
After you clean your brush, you can hang it right onto the strip.
Hanging a magnetic strip where everyone will see it?
Use washi tape to make it pretty!
Messy necklaces? Get organized by hanging your favorites on the magnetic strip.
Junk drawer a mess? Clip the important things together using binder clips and hang from a magnetic strip.
Looking for certain spice and when you move one, they all fall out of the cupboard?
Use E6000 glue - put a little drop onto the top of each spice lid.
Add little magnets and allow to dry.
Screw a magnetic strip to the underside of your cabinet and hang your spices. Because the containers are small, you can't even see them hanging up!
Not enough room in your fridge?
Stick heavy duty double-sided tape to the back of a magnetic strip.
Wipe any condensation off of the shelf.
Remove the plastic covering from the double-sided tape and stick the magnetic strip to the underside of the shelf.
Hang your bottles, leaving a lot of space below.
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