Cable cover for trafficable areas

Discussion in 'Christmas Light Shopping Bargains' started by LightsOnTapley-Heath, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. LightsOnTapley-Heath

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    Theyre great Heath, Exactly what I was looking for on my drive way... I use blocks of wood but they will be so much better
     
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    just a caution ... they really stink! like a cheap import shop
     
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    Must be the same plastic as those $20 screwdriver sets in a case. They smelled like vomit from new.
     
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    Bunnings have something similar don't they?
     
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    What isn't Cheap and Nasty these days..... But the bunnings would do as I think (I hope ) it will be a one off cost... Only to get my car over a run of cables that go across the driveway..
     

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