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      Tidi-Patches Grade 2

      Fix Cables to Finished Surfaces

      Tidi-Patches Grade 2 are the only adhesive backed cable management product on the market with a damage-free adhesive backing and can be used on any finished surface.

      Holds 6 x 110v arctic cables



      Stretch-off, damage free backing



      Max load 1kg



      Space every 2 metres



      Designed for finished surfaces



      Manufactured in the UK


      For Finished Surfaces

      Tidi-Patches Grade 2 are adhesive backed cable hooks and are ideal for the fit-out and finish stages of a construction project. The stretch off adhesive strips on the back is designed for finished surfaces like painted walls, plastered walls, drywall, timber, glass and tile.

      Tidi-Patches Grade 2 - Peel off the covering paper on the back

      How to: Tidi-Patches Grade 2

      1. Peel off the backing paper on the strips to reveal the adhesive.
      2. Push the product against a smooth, dust-free surface for 5 seconds
      3. Add up to 6 arctic cables (or 1kg of weight)
      4. Repeat the process every 2 metres along the wall
      5. Add or remove cables as required

      How to Remove

      Must pull down absolutely parallel to the wall

      Take 15 seconds per strip

      Hold patch firmly with other hand

      Always practice removing patches on test surface


      We cannot guarantee that Grade 2 Tidi-Patches® won’t remove the finishes on the surfaces you wish to stick them to. For this reason, we recommend that you test one on an identical surface before sticking them across your project. Tidi-Cable will happily supply up to 10 replacement strips to any UK customers who have purchased grade 2 Tidi-Patches® and have used some to carry out tests. The video above shows a Tidi-Patch® being removed from a wall that had been painted 8 days prior to being filmed. The paint used was magnolia Vectra® Matt Emulsion on a plastered wall, with no base coat. Ten identical tests like the one in the video were carried out, with none of them removing paint. A video of this is available upon request. A tiny residue was left, which was wiped off by hand.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      What's the max load?

      The max load is 1kg on any smooth, dust-free, dry, finished surface.

      How many 110v leads will each one carry?

      Each grade 2 Tidi-Patch® can easily support 6 x 1.5mm 3 core 110v cables arctic cables.

      What size screw do I need?

      The internal diameter of the screw hole is 5mm.

      What’s the diameter of the hooks?


      Can it hold armoured cable?

      No, this product is designed for the fit-out phase where 110v trailing cables are the major tripping hazard.

      Will this cause any damage when removed?

      If removed properly, Tidi-Patches® Grade 2 don’t cause any damage when removed. The stretch off strips need to be pulled inline with the surface they’re fixed to in order to remove the adhesive via sheer force. If the strips are pulled away from the wall, they’ll create a tearing force on any surface finished, such as paint, and may remove them.

      What are the suitable surfaces for this product?

      This product is suitable for use on plastered walls, drywall, glass and any smooth surface. This product can be used on painted walls however we do not guarantee that it won’t cause damage. We have extensively tested this product (please see the videos on this page) and not removed any paint, however this may not be the case on all types of painted walls. Tidi-Cable will not be liable for any damage caused to painted surfaces if Tidi-Patches® are used.

      Can this product be used on the ceiling?

      This product can be used on the ceiling if screwed in place.

      How far apart should I space them?

      Grade 2 Tidi-Patches® should be spaced every 2 metres along the wall.