Info, please, on power cord burn-in

How do I short the female end of my power cord when I'm conducting a burn-in ? I've heard of running a wire from one slot to the next, but what kind of wire, and must it run continuously from one slot to the others ? Specifics, please. Thanks very much.
If you believe power cords improve with use or burn in, why not just put them in your system and let them burn in while listening? That way you can reinforce your belief. Can I hear an oh brother?
Looks like I should have re-stated what I was working with. Since my original thread (FryKleaner/power cord burn-in ? on 12/23) received no reply I posted this second, abbreviated one, which failed to mention I was using Jim Hagerman's component burn-in device (FryKleaner). After plugging the male end into the signal output socket on the back end of FryKleaner, I was told by Jim to short the female end by running a wire from one slot to the other. I tried to get a more detailed explanation as to precisely what kind of wire and whether the slot run should be continuous. Maybe he assumed my understanding was somewhat more sophisticated, but he never elaborated to my satisfaction, and since I feared sounding stupid and driving him crazy with another e-mail, here I am looking for a clear explanation from someone on Audiogon. Simply put, how do I burn in a power cord using FryKleaner ? Again, thanks
hdm is right ,go get the grey plug that converts 3 prong to 2 prong,at walmart i think it still cost .59 cent,file the 2 prongs down till they fit into your iec,hook it up to frig ,or faster results get a 1500 watt space heater,run it a week ,and enjoy.dont worry about ground wire being burned in,it will burn in on your system,,i could be wrong ,but i never read a post here about ground wire burn in.. or do like timrhu says takes longer but it is burning in to the job it does,,
To Albertporter: Yes, the typical power cord with IEC (female)end that audiophiles buy to improve/change the sound of their system. This particular brand is called The Absolute Power Cord.