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I’m a DIY pro – two Dollar Tree items will help you keep your cables hidden and it’s life-changing

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A VIDEO showing off a Dollar Tree hack to eliminate messy wires has gone viral.

TikTok user @gratefulglamper showed off a simple trick to create a neat desk area for those who work from home or have a mess of wires they need help with.

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A TikTok video showed off a simple hack using dollar tree items[/caption]

The 30-second video first instructs viewers to purchase command hooks and then a wire basket at their local Dollar Tree.

After buying these two items is when the magic happens.

The poster then places their laptop charger in the wire basket, making sure to weave the wire through the frames of the basket.

“Use command hooks to mouth basket under table (or desk)!” reads the on-screen text in the video.

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The clip then cuts to the user sticking the command hooks underneath a desk with the laptop charger still inside the basket.

The hooks hold the basket in place while the basket keeps the user’s wires off the floor and out of the way.

“No more charger on the floor!” read the on-screen text. The camera pans underneath the desk to show how neat the wire set-up becomes.

“This one is changing my life!” wrote @gratefulglamper in the video’s caption. 


The video has nearly 25,000 likes and dozens of comments. 

“Dang it that’s one handy little thing there,” wrote one user.

@gratefulglamper makes videos to show off life hacks for the RV the user lives in, however, viewers have stated that they’re going to try it in their apartments.

“Perfect for my bedside table,” wrote a user.

“Good idea. Charging cords drive me crazy,” wrote another.

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The trick helps to keep cables off the floor[/caption]

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