Hi all. I wonder if someone with more technical knowledge may be able to point me in the right direction on some under the closet lighting. I would like to introduce an LED light strip in my kitchen and I have considered the essential elements of nanoleaf, given the wire connectivity and excellent reviews. However, I would like to use some connectors for clips / slides to put some gaps in the tape, to get areas where I don’t want light. The Nanoleaf site says not to cut and reconnect, but I wondered if anyone had tried something similar. I don’t want you to get a nice band and experiment. Is it better for me to just get a cheaper tape and connect it to a smart outlet? I want something light that looks nice, but doesn’t break the bank. Any advice is most appreciated!
Nanoleaf Light Strip Question
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