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12 Hacks For Your Keys That Are Borderline Genius

posted in Various
09/18/2016
  • Whether you misplace them on a regular basis or have too many on one ring to count, having a set of neat and organized keys is super important. 
Below is a list of quick and easy hacks anyone can use to avoid the most common key-related fiascos. Check it out and give these ideas a try!        

    Whether you misplace them on a regular basis or have too many on one ring to count, having a set of neat and organized keys is super important. 

    Below is a list of quick and easy hacks anyone can use to avoid the most common key-related fiascos. Check it out and give these ideas a try!        

  • 1. Knob Hooks

Knobs and pulls are easily converted into modern key hooks that you can proudly display near your front door. 
Via Home Depot

    1. Knob Hooks

    Knobs and pulls are easily converted into modern key hooks that you can proudly display near your front door. 

    Via Home Depot
  • 2. Easy Open

A staple remover is the quickest and easiest way of opening a fussy key ring without hurting your fingers or damaging your nails. 
via One Good Thing By Jillee


    2. Easy Open

    staple remover is the quickest and easiest way of opening a fussy key ring without hurting your fingers or damaging your nails. 

    via One Good Thing By Jillee

  • 3. Poolside Protection

Use this handy hack to keep essentials like phones and keys safe while you're sitting poolside or enjoying a day at the beach.



via The Shabby Creek Cottage

    3. Poolside Protection

    Use this handy hack to keep essentials like phones and keys safe while you're sitting poolside or enjoying a day at the beach.

  • 4. Floating Keys

If you don't want to worry about losing an important set of keys in the water, attach a cork to them to create a mini flotation device!
via Green Moxie


    4. Floating Keys

    If you don't want to worry about losing an important set of keys in the water, attach a cork to them to create a mini flotation device!

    via Green Moxie

  • 5. Painted Keys

Color coding is a great way to avoid having to try multiple keys to open one lock. 



via I Spy DIY

    5. Painted Keys

    Color coding is a great way to avoid having to try multiple keys to open one lock. 

  • 6. Pinecone Disguise

The next time you get locked out of your house, don't panic! As long as you planted a spare key somewhere on your property, you'll be inside in no time.
via Factory Direct Craft


    6. Pinecone Disguise

    The next time you get locked out of your house, don't panic! As long as you planted a spare key somewhere on your property, you'll be inside in no time.

    via Factory Direct Craft

  • 7. Picture Frame Storage

If you don't like the idea of having all of your keys on display, cover them up with a picture frame or a piece of art.
via Planq Studio


    7. Picture Frame Storage

    If you don't like the idea of having all of your keys on display, cover them up with a picture frame or a piece of art.

    via Planq Studio

  • 8. LB Fitting

Rig a fake LB fitting on the side of your home and use it to stash a spare key.
via The Family Handyman


    8. LB Fitting

    Rig a fake LB fitting on the side of your home and use it to stash a spare key.

    via The Family Handyman

  • 9. Magnetic Storage

You can easily turn an IKEA shelf into a keyholder by attaching a set of magnets to the bottom of it!
via IKEA Hackers


    9. Magnetic Storage

    You can easily turn an IKEA shelf into a keyholder by attaching a set of magnets to the bottom of it!

    via IKEA Hackers

  • 10. License Plate Coverup

Another creative way to hide an emergency key is to slip it through one of the screws holding your license plate in place.
via YouTube / Specific Love Creations


    10. License Plate Coverup

    Another creative way to hide an emergency key is to slip it through one of the screws holding your license plate in place.

    via YouTube / Specific Love Creations

  • 11. Siding Hiding

If all else fails, you can slip one behind the siding of your home. Just remember to use clear fishing line so you can easily retrieve it.
via YouTube / Specific Love Creations


    11. Siding Hiding

    If all else fails, you can slip one behind the siding of your home. Just remember to use clear fishing line so you can easily retrieve it.

    via YouTube / Specific Love Creations

  • 12. Frame Key Holder

Lastly, another great way to DIY key storage is to attach small hooks to the inner rim of an empty picture frame!
via The Purple Carrot

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    12. Frame Key Holder

    Lastly, another great way to DIY key storage is to attach small hooks to the inner rim of an empty picture frame!

    via The Purple Carrot

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