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I haven't had a problem. If there has been any residue (adhesive) I use a clorox wipes or a wet paper towel.
Would this be good to: permanently stick to a nightstand etc, but inserting and removing an iPhone cord on a daily basis to keep from falling behind? May 11, 2014
As long as you aren't too aggressive when removing the cord, you'll be fine. I used these for that exact purpose and only had them fall off when I pulled a little too hard on the cord. If putting them on a wood surface, they will pull up splinters when you remove it.
I have from one to three cables through mine. It is very easy to work with so not too tight yet not so loose either.
You will just have to rip them off of whatever you attach them to. The sticky residue on these will stick to whatever object they are placed onto; therefore they are not reusable and you will have to buy new ones. I hope this helps.
Are they really as big as product dimensions? I need something really small to control cables from my car xm radio that are hanging down the dash? Apr 7, 2014
These are not really small (a little over an inch in dia & 1/2 in thick). They hold a computer or Tv power cord just fine. You may want to consider these they are slighty smaller and also come in white and actually hold more cables, UT Wire UTW-D18-BK D-Wings Cord Organizer Combo Kit, Black, 18-Piece Hope this helps you
can these be reused, I've been looking around for bi-adhesive but I haven't had much luck ? Apr 17, 2014
Not really. Unless you can buy more adhesives. But if u pull these off a surface it will leave a residue. Probably need to use some sort of gunk remover.
Hello, unfortunately you cannot remove them and re-use. You will have to buy new ones. There are no replacement adhesives.
Yes, very easily
Are these cords good for Ipad chargers and can you stick them onto the wall or under your desk? Aug 2, 2013
I don't know about Ipad chargers, but I use it for cords like table lamps, ipod charger, and alarm clock cord. I use them behind my nightstand to grab all those cords. You can stick them to a wall-I have done it before and it doesn't appear to damage the wall behind it