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Router mounting - without drilling

Router mounting - without drilling

Securely attaching your router without drilling Your internet router needs a good spot but shouldn’t be in the way. Why not just mount it on the side of a desk or perhaps a small cupboard by your living room couch? You can do that conveniently without drilling or any damage.

This is how we do it:


Clean the intended surface thoroughly. Make sure to use a cloth with pure alcohol or water so that all grease and dust are removed.

Step 1


Measure out with your router where the screws have to go. Peel the protective film off the first screw.

Step 2


Place it on the intended spot. It will stick there securely for the next task.

Step 3


Squeeze adhesive from the provided tube into the larger hole until you can see the adhesive in the smaller hole. Repeat for the second screw.

Step 4


Wait 12 hours for the adhesive to dry. It will reach its top holding strength by then.

Step 5


Mount the router to the screws. It’s safely in place and out of the way.


Step 6


Attach the cables to your router, and you’re ready to go. Enjoy browsing the internet!

Step 7


Removal is effortless. Disconnect the router. Use pliers to twist each screw sideways off the surface.

Step 8


What adhesive remains can be scraped off easily, without a trace left behind. The surface will be good as new!

Step 9
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