Rare-Earth Magnets

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I've been noticing rare earth magnets popping up in all sorts of products - a magnetic strip to hang your knives on, a container that sticks to your fridge and doesn't fall down when you drop a pile of papers in it, and so on.

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    I've been noticing rare earth magnets popping up in all sorts of products - a magnetic strip to hang your knives on, a container that sticks to your fridge and doesn't fall down when you drop a pile of papers in it, and so on. I now have a way to hang posters and prints on the metal walls of my new office. You can use them to hang a wreath on your front door or maybe even a curtain rod on your metal window frames (if they're susceptible to magnets). Caution should be used with kids and pets around these magnets - if they swallow more than one, it can cause severe medical problems.

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