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1/4 in. Polyethylene Coaxial Low Voltage Wood Staple, White (100-Pack)

$498
  • Zinc plating resists corrosion
  • Made from high-grade polyethylene for lasting use
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
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The Gardner Bender 1/4 in. White Polyethylene Coaxial Staples (100-Pack) feature polyethylene saddles for durability. These staples include zinc-plated nails that can be driven in with a hammer for quick and easy installation. Ideal for securing RG-59 and RG-6 coaxial cables.

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Great for one coaxial cable
Great for One coaxial cable. I nailed it in a solid wood crown molding, which will hold as long as nothing pulls on it. If you nail on MDF it'll hold, but with movement, it'll probably pop off sooner. Nailing it in the corners is kind of hard. I wish there was some type of tool that'll hold it where you need and make it easier to get the first hit. I hit my fingers a few times but that's probably just me. It may be easier with two people. One holding the cable and one nailing. I wasn't able to get it to the top corner so easily but the cable and clip were white so it hides it well.
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