Ideas for storing little objects ie tv controls etc

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Re: Ideas for storing little objects ie tv controls etc

Post by dream4red » Sat Aug 25, 2018 10:39 pm

Try something like that blue baggy one then, hang it from a sticky hook and then use super strong double sided tape to keep it straight....see you can do this imagining thingy :lol: :lol: :lol:
As we visit many different op shops, I see all sorts of baggy things but most are designed as roll up bathroom bags or craft supply hangers. Just do some interesting research and good luck with that xxxx

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Re: Ideas for storing little objects ie tv controls etc

Post by Greynomad » Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:39 pm

Hey Dottie,
We use a large-ish (about A4 size) sealed-lid box (the sort you store food in) velcroed to the dash, as we don't have a glovebox in Girt.
All manner of odds & sods disappear into it! Some never to be seen again... :? :P
As we gained a new overhead bin behind the flat-screen TV which replaced to old glass-tube one, that's where we stow the TV remote (along with board games, maps, etc.).
However, I have seen people use one of those hanging plastic shoe-storage things meant for half-a-dozen pairs, to store odds & sods.
(Odds on the left, Sods on the right. :lol: )
A thought, maybe?
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