Video: Paperclips are plentiful and cheap, and useful for more than just clipping paper together. This video shows you a bunch of different ways you can use paperclips to solve everyday problems. Some of these tricks we've mentioned before. You can use them in a pinch to latch bracelets, pin down necklaces, hide bra strapse and fix zippers. For some uses, you'll need additional materials beyond the paperclip, like a strip of ribbon to make a simple bookmark, or some pushpins to hang photos without poking holes in them. You can even use a heavy paperclip to keep your keys and money together for a night out without carrying your whole wallet with you, open your mail without ripping the papers inside or as a tab to make finding the end on a roll of tape easier. For visual demos of each trick, check out the video above.
11 Useful Things You Can Do With Paperclips
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