Bungee cords are one of those things we never imagined could become so handy to have around the home. It is a versatile tool because it’s springy, flexible, adjustable, and cheap. Want to know how to use bungee cords at home? Here are some bungee cord hacks to take note of for your home organization and more!
Wine cork tie
Extension cords and power tool cords can become tangled and a total pain to unravel. Luckily, Condo Blues blog has come up with this really great way to keep them organized.
You’ll need some synthetic wine corks, bungee cords, and a couple of other tools like a drill and scissors. Head over to their blog for the full tutorial.
How to use bungee cords as an activity center for your car
Life Hacker shared this genius tip – just stretch a cord from one side of the car to the other and attach it to the ceiling handles. String your baby’s favorite toys from the cord for hours of car entertainment.
Keep balls in place in the garage
Organizing your garage can be a daunting task. Between toys, sports equipment, and home tools – how do you keep track of everything?
One way to easily organize your basketballs and soccer balls is to create bungee cord storage! The Designed to Dwell blog has this genius solution using four cords attached to two small wooden shelves. Find the full tutorial here.
Yoga mat holder
Don’t have a bag for your yoga mat? No problem!
Shelf brace for an RV
If you have an RV, a roll bungee cord is a perfect tool for lots of things.
They’re just so handy and helpful! For example, to keep food containers from spilling over while in the RV, just use a cord looped around your shelves.
Double your curtain rods
If you’re looking to have two curtains over one window, you can save space by using a bungee cord curtain rod.
Two curtain rods look bulky, so a cord is a great way to prevent that. This is perfect for hanging a sheer curtain behind an opaque one.
DIY baby gate
Since we’re on the topic of babies and toddlers – here’s another addition to your bungee cord hacks. Life As A Thrifter calls this a “short-term” baby gate since…well…most of them are!
Why waste money on a store-bought baby gate when you can make your own with a piece of fabric, two bungee cords, and a couple of hooks? Head to their blog for the full instructions.
Bunk bed guard
If you have a little kid that’s graduated to their big kid bed, you can help keep them extra safe by using some adjustable bungee cords.
Bunk beds and loft beds can often have gaps that would make any parent a little nervous. Just wrap a few bungee cords through the railings, and now you can sleep easy – and so can your kiddos!
Canning jar lid organizer
If canning is one of your favorite hobbies, you probably have lots and lots of mason jars lying around.
Keeping those lids organized can be hard to do, especially if you have quite a few of them. Short bungee cords can help come to the rescue! Hickory Holler Farm came up with this clever idea.
Keep cords knot-free
You see how versatile these cords are? These tips on how to use bungee cords are only a few of the many incredible ways this stretchy cord can help in your home. Do you have any more ideas on how to use them? Let us know in the comments section!
Source: Good Housekeeping