Written by Nilsa Cleland (last updated March 26, 2020)
It seems like every time we turn around in today's society we have a new electronic gizmo that needs some kind of a controller to operate. When we have to deal with things like radios, CD and DVD players, video game systems...the list goes on and on! It is so easy to become annoyed and frustrated by the sheer number of different little electronic doodads that a person needs to operate their home entertainment systems.
Organizing your remote controls and video game controls doesn't have to be frustrating or even daunting anymore. Here are a few simple ideas that anyone can use to help keep the electronic clutter down to a minimum in their family room.
One final word of advice: No matter what kind of system you use to organize your remote controls you have to maintain it. It will do you absolutely no good whatsoever to go through all your remotes and separate them, if you don't put them back where you got them. If you don't, then you are going to be right back where you started, and have yet another large mess that you have to clean up.
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