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CordMate II Wire Channel, White

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he mess and clutter of cords is no more with the Wiremold CordMate II Channel. It is perfect for hiding small bundles of home entertainment cabling, speaker wires, TV/video cabling and home office wiring. Its stylish design complements most interior decors and can be combine with optional accessory fittings to complete your project.
Application Sector Residential
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Features

  • This product meets the material restrictions of RoHS

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Wiremold
UPC Number 086698545733
Country Of Origin United States
Application Sector Residential
Standard Raceway is not NRTL Listed and is only designed for use in protecting electrical cords, 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
NAFTA  Yes

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Questions & Answers

Can the Cordmate adhesive cord channel be safely removed from a wall without damaging the paint? How?

Asked by: sltoz2
The adhesive provided on the Cordmate as well as our other Raceways strongly bonds to the wall. This is very desirable for most applications. However, in some cases it probably isn't because if you try to remove the Cordmate from the wall after it sticks it is likely to cause some damage. It will leave behind a residue which will be difficult to clean and could pull some of the surface off of the drywall with it as it comes off. The following methods can be used to remove the product and adhesive from the wall; 1) Using a spray bottle, spray vinegar directly where the adhesive is adhered to the wall. Let the vinegar soak in to the adhesive for a period of time. The vinegar will help deteriorate the adhesive. A putty knife can be used to pry the product/adhesive away from the wall surface. 2) Use a citrus based adhesive remover from a local hardware store. Follow the instructions on the bottle.
Answered by: Tech Support Team
Date published: 2021-06-25
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