Cable tie mounts are small innovations that we likely ignore even though they make things easier for us. A usual cable tie is just a band of nylon. An end of the strip ends in a small four-sided case that has an opening in it. Another end of the band could be conceded through the case’s opening. A side of the band has "teeth", or what are known as "gear racks".
This geared shallow is aimed to go through the covering in a one route only. When pressed in, the teeth grasp a notch within the case. This grasps the strip very resolutely in position, and stops it from being drawn out. This is a good accessory to more organized cables all over our home, you can check out www.buyheatshrink.com if you want to order online.