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Fabric Covered Lamp Wire, single with Tracer

Rayon Covered Lamp Wire

How Sold

  • Sold by linear foot, in continuous lengths
  • If you order a quantity of 1, you will receive a 1 foot. Conversely if you order a quantity of 8 you will receive a piece  8 foot.
  • Enter required number of linear-feet  in quantity box

Product Info

  • Color: Gold with tracer
  • Type: Single Wire
  • Approximate diameter: 1/8"
  • #18 1-64, 300 volts

Rayon Fabric Covered Lamp Wire is useful when wiring tight spaces on wall sconces, chandeliers and lamp clusters. Use where standard twin wire is to thick to fit, such as early gas lamp restoration.+

Fabric covered lamp wire is well made. Stranded lamp wire is covered with plastic insulation. Fine, tight braided rayon fabric covers plastic insulation. Fabric covering is a vintage gold color with tracer marks at regular intervals along cord. It is made for low temperature, low wattage applications. It is not-intended for appliances. This thin fabric covered lamp wire is manufactured with strict safety standards however it is not UL approved. 

When wiring lamps it is best to use one strand of fabric covered lamp wire with tracer and one strand of matching wire without tracer. This provides easy identification of wires.

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Before making any changes to electrical fixtures and/or lamps:

  • Disconnect plug/wire from the electrical source.
  • Turning lamp off will not protect you from electric shock.
  • If you are unsure how to safely proceed contact a licensed electrician.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kevin Jarvis
Authentic cloth wiring

Would highly recommend this wire for restoration of antique lamps. With safety features in mind, this wire is easy to thread through arms and channels and holds it's shape when compressing in multiple arm lamp clusters. It is not bulky. Highly recommend.

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