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Tying, clamping, and securing wires in the wet?

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  • Tying, clamping, and securing wires in the wet?

    I've learned that somebody else always has a better way of doing something that comes to light just after I implement a technique...What do you prefer to use when securing wires (small or Big gauge) that are located in the wet areas...conduits, micro zip ties , micro peel and stick clip clamps wire looms?

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    Originally posted by Bob Gato View Post
    I've learned that somebody else always has a better way of doing something that comes to light just after I implement a technique...What do you prefer to use when securing wires (small or Big gauge) that are located in the wet areas...conduits, micro zip ties , micro peel and stick clip clamps wire looms?
    Small zip ties. Won’t dig into wires. Nothing gooey.
    Of the 40,000 men who served on German submarines, 30,000 never returned.”

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      I am going with these: that plastic strap across the middle will clamp a human hair (brunette not red)

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