Have you “cut the cord” when it comes to your home phone? Many people have with the rise of cell phones!
If you no longer have use for your wall mounted phone jack, you have a couple of options.
You could patch it up by either cutting the wires and securing with electrical tape or disconnecting the wires altogether.
Other people have disguised them with cork board or art.
Family Handyman said, “You can use the space inside the jack as a mini secret safe. With the wires removed, you’ll have space to hide some cash, jewelry or small collectibles.”
What to Do With Your Old Wall-Mounted Phone Jack
If you’re one of the more than 50 percent of homeowners who have opted out of landline service, chances are you still have at least one ugly wall mounted phone jack with which you don’t know what to do.Another option is to purchase an empty wood cigar box (or a plaiRead More