An excellent way to store those long extension cords so they don’t get tangled. Take a plastic bucket, a hole in the side at the bottom and pull through the male connector in the hole from the inside of the bucket leaving a length that will make it easy to plug into an outlet. Then coil the cord into the top of the bucket. This will keep the cord from tangling while stored and make it easy to pull out the cord for the length needed when needed.
An excellent way to store those long extension cords so they don’t get tangled. Take a plastic bucket, a hole in the side at the bottom and pull through the male connector in the hole from the inside of the bucket leaving a length that will make it easy to plug into an outlet. Then coil the cord into the top of the bucket. This will keep the cord from tangling while stored and make it easy to pull out the cord for the length needed when needed. Bill Lane
An excellent way to store those long extension cords so they don’t get tangled. Take a plastic bucket, a hole in the side at the bottom and pull through the male connector in the hole from the inside of the bucket leaving a length that will make it easy to plug into an outlet. Then coil the cord into the top of the bucket. This will keep the cord from tangling while stored and make it easy to pull out the cord for the length needed when needed. Bill Lane

Bucket makes cool cord container

April 25, 2015 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 25, 2015 04:00 AM

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