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MONTERA Cable management, white,

Price $ 11.99

How to get it

Tired of lifting cables off the floor when vacuuming? Here is a simple solution – 6 white cable trunkings to hide cables in and fix to the skirting-board, neat and tidy.

Article Number301.474.25

Product details

These 6 cable trunkings help you to easily make cables disappear from the floor and fix them along the skirting-board instead.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Measurements

Length: 43 "

Package quantity: 6 pack

Total length: 260 "

Reviews

Cost benefit really good for the needsPatriciaGood5
It's pretty goodFervaWas easy to wrap the wire, after that there is really no need for screws or nails because it straightens out automatically and falls on the wall flat.5
GREAT PRODUCT. HIDES WIRESVerified BuyerWELL MADE.5
Highly RecommendDebraHave purchased several times, used to keep electrical cords off the floor at work, at home used to keep lit mirror electrical cord from lying on bathroom counter and getting wet and to hide cord from electric blinds.5
Wire coverElizabethIt is really thin so if you have more than 1 wire, it won’t fit. We had to return it.3
Great solutionJesusBest, fast and economic solution to hide my wires5
It's pretty goodFervaWas easy to wrap the wire, after that there is really no need for screws or nails because it straightens out automatically and falls on the wall flat.5
Worked great to hide cables.VictorWorked great to hide cables.5
SLIM and SLEEKLarnellI have been using this product for years. It looks just like it is part of your baseboards when attached above or below the trim. You can even paint the Montera to blend in with your walls. It hides the cords and keep everything looking slim and sleek.5
Highly RecommendDebraHave purchased several times, used to keep electrical cords off the floor at work, at home used to keep lit mirror electrical cord from lying on bathroom counter and getting wet and to hide cord from electric blinds.5
Truly Doesn’t StickBridgetReally wanted to prove the other reviews wrong, but it’s true that these just don’t stick to a painted wall, no matter how clean the wall is. It took me close to 30 minutes just to get one connected strip from the ceiling to floor, and in the morning it was dangling from the ceiling.1
Eh.AmandaAlright, I was disappointed in this one. I was excited to find it in the lighting area, and try it out on a hanging lamp cord, to hold it flat against the corner of the wall until it got down to the outlet. First of all, it was easy to put the cord into the plastic, which was good. But then sticking it on the wall, the adhesive was garbage and just fell right off- no stick whatsoever. Then when it fell, the plastic got all bent and now it's not smooth anymore and looks junky. I was disappointed the plastic wasn't sturdy enough to actually hold the cords straight. I could have tried putting my own adhesive like command strips on it maybe, but it won't even look smooth and straight now.2
sufficiently effective at hiding wire.PhilipEasy to install. Butt connect lengths. Adhesive seemed challenged sticking to painted dry wall. Still hanging on after second day, I still have doubts.4
Attractive and usefulPhizAn attractive way of managing cables while also keeping them pet safe. We bought these because the cat likes to chew cords.5
Verified BuyerGreat accessory for a neat and uncluttered appearance.5
Not greatVerified BuyerI bought this to cover the cord of my baby monitor, it is very narrow, and the sticky part didn’t stay in the wall, it fell off. I was disappointed1
Didn’t stick to the wall wellVerified BuyerAdhesive isn’t strong enough. Comes off the wall3
Adhesive could be betterVerified BuyerI really like the concept, especially for the price. Only issue is that the adhesive does not hold firmly to the wall. I used some very small nails to keep the strips from moving and now it's fine, but could be solved with better adhesive.4
Don't waste your money!AntonellaI bought these to help hide the wires (smaller than speaker wire) for lights that I was hanging in a bed room. The adhesive tape on the back is worthless, and came off of 2 of the strands when I took off the protective paper backing. When I finally was able to get one to keep the tape on it, it wouldn't stick to the wall, and kept falling down. I finally had to use command strips to get them stay up.1
Will ReturnVerified BuyerNot useful .. very difficult to insert cable1

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