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    Chad's Crappy Corner & His Final "Magnetic Gadget!" - His Theme For April.

    Chad polled our amazing Patreon members and asked them to vote on a theme for April. Their choice: “Cheap Magnetic Gadgets!” Chad's gadget for his final 'cheap magnetic gadget  is the Merchant Medley Magnetic Bottle, Jar and Can Holder for Refrigerator or Cabinet - Holds 6 Bottles or Cans - Organize and Create Tons of Space With a Sleek Look

    Here's what Amazon says about it: Save time, space and headaches with these fridge and cupboard magnets! Keep your favorite bottles and cans high and provide more shelf space! The streamlined look will help give your kitchen a more satisfying feel! CONVENIENT: You won't have to reach through a crowded fridge to get to your favorite beverage! SIMPLE: Application to any surface is easy and durable! $13.95 and Amazon Prime.



    And Chad's take: Chad liked these, and so did a lot of folks in the chatroom. Who knew you could hang bottles and cans in open, unused spaces in your refrigerator or cabinet. As you'll see in the video, Chad installed this in seconds and used it right away - even though you're supposed to wait 24 hours. And the magnets are strong! Chad hung a bottle of soda from each of them and they looked totally secure. These magnetic strips are pretty clever and useful. Chad was able to find good use for what was unusable space before in his refrigerator. You get two of them in the package, so maybe Chad will find good sue for the other one in a cabinet.



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