Have you ever noticed how your power cords always seem to get in the way when you're using a saw or router? Ron offers a simple solution.

Take a screen door spring, and put an "S" hook in either end. Hang one end of the spring from a convenient place above your work area.

Take the power cord, loop it through the lower "S" hook and then go ahead and work. You can concentrate on your tool instead of your cord.

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