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How to Wrap a Wire Extension

Disorganized cables can lead to accidents in your home or place of business. Maintaining a spotless workplace will increase clientele and help your company grow. You can consult a cable solutions specialist for advice on the best way to wrap your cords. With a pro’s help, you can select the ideal supplies for the task. To wrap your extension, just adhere to these 3 simple steps.

First approach: The Elbow Approach

The cord should be wound around your arm just above the elbow and through the crook of your thumb and forefinger while you hold one end of the cord in each hand. There should be a few inches of cord hanging loosely. The ends should be joined after it has been wrapped in the cord coil.

Technique 2: The Wrap Cord Technique

Buy an XL wrap cord made for extensions that look like heavy weights. The item can be completely tied or wrapped while the usable portion is cut off. Because it is easy to use and doesn’t require specialized knowledge, this method is suggested.

The third technique is known as the Over-Under Wrap.

Loop one end of the cord over the top and away from your body while holding your hand out in front of you. The following loop should be rolled underneath, over your hand, and along your body. Up until the end of the cord, keep folding over (away from your body) and under (toward your body). Use a tie or cord organizer to keep the loops joined.

The fourth technique is the braid wrap method.

The cord is folded twice, with one end being gently knotted. As you approach the opposite end of the knot, fold the cord under the earlier loop to create a new loop. Folding it all the way to the cord’s end is the best tactic.


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