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In an office with more than one computer with printers you can run into the problem of having a never ending maze of wires. Not only does having all of these lose wires running around leave you in trouble if you need to know which one goes to what. But makes the room look untidy. Studies shown that working in a messy office can be difficult to concentrate in.

The best thing to do to conquer all of these unorganized computer and electronic wires is to use Velcro cable ties to organized them together. There are many different ways this can be done and there are a few things you will what to make sure you have in order to make this work properly. Otherwise you can run into another slew of problems more than just looking untidy.

First make sure to thoroughly clean the room that you have all these computers in – vacuum and sweep thoroughly. If the cords have already been laying around for a long period of time it is a good idea to use a dry cloth to wipe all of the dust bunnies off of them first before tying them together. Otherwise you are in for watery eyes and a lot of sneezing.

Here are a couple of things to consider before getting started. Make sure you have enough power bars and surge protectors in the right areas to get things done. A little preplanning here can save you on having to use extra extension cords and if you are not careful you could still have a mess of wires running everywhere.

Lastly drilling a hole in the corner or back of your desks that wires can be ran through as opposed to just letting them fall over the side or back of your work area. I also suggest color coding or labeling each wires before using Velcro cable ties to bind them together this can help in the future if you need to know what is connecting to what. These same principles can be used to help anywhere there are going to be lots of wires like organizing your room or family room. Which are known for being full of televisions, radios, and gaming systems.

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