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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:02 am 
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Hi guys
Any ideas how to neatly cover gap with wires behind the hanging unit.
Its ocd irritating :)
Some straps or something?

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Put some trunking behind and also you could put the under cab light wiring in there too.

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No such thing as "Thou shalt put this wire here, Thou shalt put that wire there" .............Take a picture BEFORE you do the job.

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Howdy. Can you see the gap when you are doing your normal things in the kitchen? If you can't see it leave the gap alone, but a bit of blue tack (there is white too) can help hold the cable in position.

Normally given the size of the gap it would/should have been filled with grout (the stuff that is in between the joints of the tiles) but you got the cable there. Something like this http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk ... -2m-446267 cut to length may do what you want. Search for white "strip wood" or "strip wood mouldings" etc. But you will have a problem cutting its ends to be parallel with the triangular lights.

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