Create A Magnetic Belt Hanger

If you have a lot of belts in your wardrobe and are struggling to organise them all, you can use magnets to easily hang them without any hassle.

Inspired by this somewhat janky belt hanger on Reddit, we went searching for something better, and magnets happen to be a great choice. They’re a great alternative to hooks, since all you have to do is hover the belt near the magnet and it’ll automatically clasp on. Instructables user cdslug hangs his belts below his bed loft, but you can get as creative as you want. You could glue magnets to a clothes hanger for easy closet storage, or just glue magnets to the back of a door or on a wall, although you may want to glue them to a piece of wood and then nail it to the wall so you don’t damage the paint and drywall.

The only downside is that not all belt buckles are magnetic, so you may need to glue a small magnet on the backside of the belt buckle where it wouldn’t show. Hit up the link below to see more.

Magnet Belt Hanger (Dorm Life) [Instructables]

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