5 Amazon must-haves if you hate looking at all of your tangled electric cords

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While you may love watching TV, making coffee in the morning or playing video games, all of the necessary electronics have cords. Yes, the cords are pretty essential, but that doesn’t mean you need to like the way they look when they’re tangled around a table or hanging around your kitchen counter. Simply put, cords add clutter.

Luckily, there are more than a few ways to hide cords, especially with these Amazon finds. From outlet and cord concealer kits to cord boxes, check out these five Amazon must-haves and say goodbye to cord clutter ASAP.

1. Sleek Socket Ultra-Thin Outlet Concealer with Cord Concealer Kit, 3-Feet, $23.95

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The Sleek Socket outlet concealer can help you minimize the look of your cords anywhere in your home. However, it’s especially great for kitchen countertop appliances, as seen in the photo above. It plugs into a standard outlet, and on the other end, it offers three ports for plugging in your electronics. This way, you can hide away your cords behind your appliances where you can’t see them.

2. EVEO Store 153″ Cord Hider, $15.97 (Orig. $19.99)

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You know the cords that hang from your TV and cable box when you mount it to the wall? Well, you can hide them for good behind this best-selling cord hider kit. Essentially, it’s a tube with adhesive on one side that attaches to the wall, and it opens up to put your cords inside. The point is that it blends in better with the wall to hide cords out of sight.

You can get it in standard white or other neutral colors, and it’s great for renters who may not be able to professionally hide their cords behind the wall.

3. D-Line Cable Management Box and Cord Organizer, $19.99

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Hide away a surge protector and all its cords in this simple cable management box. It’s easy — place your surge protector inside, pull the cord through the open slot on one end and plug it in. You can pull the rest of the cords (the ones plugged into the surge protector) through the slot as well, so they’re not all loosely hanging around.

4. Link2Home Sofa Socket, $19.99

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If you’re sick of reaching behind the sofa to plug something in, get the Link2Home Sofa Socket. It’s like a more discreet extension cord. Plug it into that outlet behind the sofa and leave it there, then hide the 10-foot cord behind or under the cushions, and tuck the end into one side. It has one outlet and two USB ports so you can charge your laptop and your phone while you watch TV.

5. Cord Organizer for Appliances, 4-Pack, $9.99 (Orig. $11.99)

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Even when cords aren’t plugged in, they can look messy. Store them neatly and safely with these cord organizers you can attach right to your electronics and small appliances. The cord organizers have adhesive on one side to stick to the electronics and two hooks on the other for wrapping the cords around tightly.

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