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Nuts and Bolts: cable ties

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 03, 2012 01:07 AM
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by noreply@blogger.com (alex johnson) last modified Mar 02, 2012

We're starting one of our new regularly irregular columns today, Nuts and Bolts - each week-ish we'll be looking at simple ways to improve the running of your garden office, starting today with cable ties . Chances are that while your shedlike atmosphere is generally tidy, there is a hideous tangle of ugly (and arguably slightly dangerous) cables in the background. One solution is cable ties. They're cheap (you can get 50 for less than a tenner), small enough to be easily stored, and easy to use. And the result is everything is a lot neater. Moreover, cables that are left kinked or bent degrade over time and in a worst case scenario, they can even spark or cause damage to the garden office. You can buy cable ties easily at places like Screwfix , the people who brought us the news that there are more sheds than households in the UK . ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Dunster House , the leading UK company for Log Cabins and Garden Offices sponsors Fridays posts




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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