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People are just beginning to realize that they only need one of two cords to open and close their blinds.

One man posted his surprising discovery online after realizing there was an easier way to open and close his window blinds.

The clip received hundreds of comments from viewers who didn’t realize there was an easier way to do their daily chores.

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TikTok user DavidParody found something surprising about his window blinds.Credit: TikTok/davidparody1
David showed that you can open and close the blinds by simply squeezing one of the cords.

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David showed that you can open and close the blinds by simply squeezing one of the cords.Credit: TikTok/davidparody1

Content creator David Parody has over 5 million followers on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok.

when he Post about his epiphany, Comments flooded in from people all over the world who were divided on whether David was a mad genius or total ignorance.

He opened TikTok with a brazen question. he asked.

Pointing the camera at the standard set of blinds, David reached out to grab the cord that opened the blinds.

He grabbed the front part of the cord and pulled.

“Throughout my life, I’ve thought this, you pulled to go up,” he began.

Then I reached for the other string behind me and pulled the string to lower the blind. “And this you get off,” he continued.

Then David reached for the front leash. He showed that by pulling it up and then down, the front cord could raise or lower the blinds, depending on which direction you pulled.

“Just one side!” cried David. “It does both. What?!”

Some commentators were genuinely surprised by his revelation, confessing that they had no idea window blinds were so easy to use.

“We all go to TikTok school,” one commenter wrote.

“OMG I tried it. Shocked!” said another.

“Oh my God… what I learned from this damn app,” wrote a third person in disbelief.

One commenter even said, “No, you’re a genius for figuring this out. I didn’t have a clue.”

Some were less impressed with David’s big “find”.

“Wait, you guys don’t know this?” asked a puzzled commenter.

Therefore, they argued, the code’s dual functionality should have been obvious.

“Breaking news,” one commenter quipped, “a chain is one continuous chain.”

“I thought everyone chose the second option. I didn’t know you could do the first option,” said another.

A third subset of commenters were eager to provide hotter tips about David’s own home.

One viewer confessed, “Use one side and pull like a rope. Right hand, left hand, right hand, left hand, all at the same time.” “It’s a much faster process.”

If you want to test the trick on your own blinds, make sure you have a continuous chain pulley cord like David’s and it’s installed correctly.

“It’s only possible when the string is attached to the wall, not when it’s hanging freely,” one commenter noted.



https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/9529987/home-hack-open-close-blinds-did-you-know/ People are just beginning to realize that they only need one of two cords to open and close their blinds.

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