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CordMate II Kit

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Conceal multiple low-voltage cords, wires and cables with the Cordmate II Cord Management Kit. This cord management kit installs easily with a self-adhesive backing and is made of non-metallic material.
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  • Streamlined: to blend with any décor.
  • Great for Concealing and Cord Organizing: conceal phone wires, cables, cords and speaker cable.
  • Self-adhesive backing: simple to install on a baseboard or wall.
  • All inclusive kit: contains all the parts and components needed for installation.
  • Perfect for family rooms or bedrooms.
  • Easily organize cords and cables.
  • Paintable.
  • This product meets the material restrictions of RoHS.


General Info
Product Line Wiremold
UPC Number 086698000492
Country Of Origin United States
Application Sector Residential
Standard Raceway is not NRTL Listed and is only designed for use in protecting electrical cords and low voltage wiring and cabling.
Type Raceway
Additional Information
RoHS Conformant Yes This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
Buy American Act Compliance


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Questions & Answers

What size is the wiremold CMK50?

Asked by: Joe M
Hello Joe M, The size of the straight sections in the CMK50 kit measure 1" wide x 1/2" deep.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-01-25

Can this be removed easily? Can you buy replacement peel-n-stick tape or does the entire track have to be replaced? (putting in bedroom that will have furniture rearranged in the future)

Asked by: joe
Hello Joe, The adhesive provided on the Cordmate, as well as our other raceways, bonds to the wall quite strongly. This is very desirable in most applications. However, if you try to remove the cordmate from the wall after it sticks it is likely to cause some damage. It will either leave behind a residue which will be difficult to clean or pull some of the surface of the drywall with it as it comes off. Having said that, here as some suggestions as to what you can do to remove the tape residue: The double-sided adhesive used on the back of the raceway has a foam core that can be cut with a razor blade if you are very careful. Use a ""filet"" technique, pulling up as you go. Then you'll be left with about 1/2 the thickness of the tape still on the wall. You might try rubbing what is left on the wall off manually, wearing rubber gloves. Or you can try scraping it off with a putty knife. If the wall has a gloss finish then you can also consider using an alcohol based solvent to remove the tape residue. If the wall has a flat finish the problem is a bit more difficult because the finish may absorb the solvent that is used. In all cases, I would suggest that you first try in an area that is not visible. Thank you,
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-12-31
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