If you’re cleaning-obsessed and can’t stand clutter then you may recognise this common bugbear.
The messy cables which lurk behind your appliances can make your kitchen look messy and cluttered, which, when you take great care to avoid this is a total nightmare.
We know that it might be nit-picky, and that we really shouldn’t care so much – but oh goodness, we do.
Luckily, one genius woman has discovered a clever way to mask the toaster cable which we’d never thought about before.
The trick is to turn your toaster upside down and wind your wires around the bumps.
And we must admit, it's changed our lives.
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The lass shared her kitchen hack on Facebook, The Sun reports.
She captioned the images: “OMG, I am blown away by my find today whilst blitzing the kitchen!
“Did anyone else know about the cable tidy under toasters? I never knew this!”
She added: “I always knew kettles had them… but, never toasters.”
Honestly, this was a double whammy for us as we didn’t know kettles had them either…
The hack-queen posted some snaps of her gorgeously tidy kitchen to the delight of other social media users.
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One person said: “How did I not know this?!”
Another commented: “Whoop Whoop, winning at life – those cables are annoying, thanks!”
A third wrote: “OMG, I never knew this – was only thinking yesterday how long the wire was, and how it was annoying me more than I should.
Unfortunately, it seems that not every toaster model and brand features the savvy design.
The poster’s kettle and toaster are both by Breville, a stylish cream model, but you can find toasters from Smeg, Morphy Richards and Kenwood which also include the cable tidy.
Now, where’s my toaster? I have cable to tuck in…
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