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June 6, 2014

Outdoor Cable Stabilizers


You know how those thick black wires for your cable and/or satellite TV have, over the years, worked their way free from their original placements on your home by the cable and/or satellite guy and now just hang down?

That's because the fasteners they used have, over time, worked their way free from their original insertion points.

Herewith, DIY relief.

From the website:


Made for nailing major cables to outside walls, these Gardner Bender "Service Entrance Cable Staples/Straps" are stabilized against UV and extreme cold so they won't rust, crack or deteriorate.

You'll get 3 packs (at least 2 different) of 4 or 5 staples in approximately 5/8" to 7/8" horseshoe or U-shapes, all with zinc-plated nails.



June 6, 2014 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


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