153?? Cable Concealer – Cord Cover Wall – Paintable Cord Hider

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153?? Cable Concealer - Cord Cover Wall - Paintable Cord Hider, Wire hiders for TV on Wall - Cable Management Cord Hider Wall Including Connectors & Adhesive Strips Cable Raceway - Cord Management
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  • 418 REVIEWS EASY TO INSTALL
  • 330 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
  • 86 REVIEWS SUPER EASY
  • 48 REVIEWS MAKE SURE
  • 65 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 200 REVIEWS LOOKS GREAT
  • 100 REVIEWS CABLE CONCEALER
  • 30 REVIEWS LIVING ROOM
  • 109 REVIEWS SAW TO CUT
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  • 35 REVIEWS DEFINITELY RECOMMEND
  • 38 REVIEWS CABLE MANAGEMENT
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  • 35 REVIEWS GREAT VALUE
  • 63 REVIEWS ADHESIVE IS STRONG
  • 144 REVIEWS EVERYTHING NEEDED
  • 7 REVIEWS EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS
  • 35 REVIEWS LITTLE SAW

Problem Solved – The days of messy cables all over your house are coming to an end now as EVEO provides you with the cord hider that will make your house look neat! Our cable management kit comes with all necessary components for smooth installation. This cord hider wall mounted tv fits up to 153″ of cable (up to 1.1″ Wide / 0.55″ high – for example: 2 HDMI cables + 2 regular USB/AUX cables). Super steady locked structure and fine finishing our cord hider wall perfectly fits your home decor.

Top Positive Review

This is a good product…good size, fits a bunch of cords if you need it to, and I like the way the covers snap on rather than needing to slide on from the sides.

I have one big installation tip. The adhesive is SUPER STRONG and is really hard to remove the channel from the wall once you stick it. Be careful, measure and level and draw a line on the wall before you remove the cover for the adhesive. Now my little trick- TAKE AN XACTO KNIFE or razor blade and cut through the adhesive and its cover. Cut about 2 inches in from both ends, and then make a couple cuts about 2 inches apart right in the center. Those 3 two inch sections will be what you want to retain, and you want to get rid of the other adhesive. I tried just removing the liner from those little sections and sticking it up on the wall but it was a little challenging to get it to stick. It might have worked if I pushed harder to get those sections to stick. What I ended up doing is taking my thumb and rolling and peeling off the whole adhesive in those larger areas except for my 2 inch sections. It is almost like a rubbery gummy adhesive and you can just push it and roll it off the plastic with a little effort. With just the little sections of adhesive it still sticks the channel down very securely but when it comes time to take it off, it will be easier and won’t rip up the whole wall.

Secondly, I found that when putting 2 straight pieces against each other, it looks better to just butt them up against each other rather than using one of the connector covers. The connector covers are wider so you see a bulge at each connection that really isn’t necessary. In this same vein I tried to do a 45 degree miter cut on 2 pieces of channel with my hacksaw so I could butt the corners together without the extra covers. I didn’t get it perfect so there was a little gap showing and I decided to just pop on one of the 90 degree elbow covers and be done with it, but I think if you got the cuts right it would look cleaner to miter the channel cut rather than use the covers.

Top Critical Review

Wish I never bought it… It??s too big for one cord, looks ridiculous. Tried to remove it and removed my sheet rock, really destroyed the wall. If you do buy it, make sure you want it there forever, the adhesive is a wall destroyer.

Customer Questions & Answers

where can I get extra inside corner pieces?
Answer: I’d suggest contacting EVEO… I’m guessing you’ve already ordered a concealer kit from them… If so, go to your “orders” page and open the order, click the EVEO link and it will give you an option to contact the company…

I have textured walls. Can this still be used?
Answer: The adhesive is very aggressive. It will adequately adhere to most walls. However, the package comes with small screws that can be used to mount the concealer strips if the wall is so textured the adhesive cannot hold…

Screw size and anchor size?
Answer: It uses adhesive backing. Very solid. Can??t tell you if it will rip the dry wall out trying to remove it because I??m thrilled with how it ended up. No plans on removing it.

Ok, just look in the box and it does have screws and anchors. I don??t have the sheet with me but they appear to be 3/16 th inch.

How to paint covers? I tried painting these plastic covers and the paint peels right off. Is there anything special that needs to be done before paint
Answer: I just used some leftover latex paint and it stuck to it just fine. My paint was even really old and a little gummy. Maybe try cleaning them off with rubbing alcohol before painting?

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Expert Score 9.7
PROS:
  • 418 REVIEWS EASY TO INSTALL
  • 330 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
  • 86 REVIEWS SUPER EASY
  • 48 REVIEWS MAKE SURE
  • 65 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 200 REVIEWS LOOKS GREAT
  • 100 REVIEWS CABLE CONCEALER
  • 30 REVIEWS LIVING ROOM
  • 109 REVIEWS SAW TO CUT
  • 52 REVIEWS COMES WITH EVERYTHING
  • 26 REVIEWS HIGH QUALITY
  • 35 REVIEWS DEFINITELY RECOMMEND
  • 38 REVIEWS CABLE MANAGEMENT
  • 29 REVIEWS MUCH BETTER
  • 33 REVIEWS MEASURING TAPE
  • 35 REVIEWS GREAT VALUE
  • 63 REVIEWS ADHESIVE IS STRONG
  • 144 REVIEWS EVERYTHING NEEDED
  • 7 REVIEWS EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS
  • 35 REVIEWS LITTLE SAW
153?? Cable Concealer – Cord Cover Wall – Paintable Cord Hider
153?? Cable Concealer – Cord Cover Wall – Paintable Cord Hider
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