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Cool Tools: Cord hangers from an inner tube

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Here’s a clip of one of our latest videos where we discuss cord hangers made from inner tubes.

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volnavy007
1 month ago

I was wondering where to get inner tubes (now that most vehicle tires are tubeless) until I checked the link. What I use to control rolled up items is a piece of rope/cord. I make a small loop one end and a larger loop on the other end. I wrap the cord around the item to be controlled and put the little loop end through the larger loop. Then I hang the item from the little loop.

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