So following wikipedia the Parachute cord 550 is made from nylon Kernmantle rope, however this site where I sourced the cables from says that it is made of a Polyester sleeve (outer layer) and a core of Nylon draden.
People are using it for cable sleeves, but I want to be sure how good of an insulator it is. My use case is basically the above, using it as a cable sleeve to mod a mouse and make the cable basically more flexible and lighter, however my cable route for my mouse is below the circuit board so the mouse button which is basically an Omron switch has it's soldered pins there (6 of them in like a 1 cm square region) and it will be basically touching the cable. Here is a picture of it:
Should I cut the paracord shorter to start just before it leaves the mouse where no pins are located, or there is no problem leaving it likes this? Not many mice route it below the circuit board where it touches and contacts pins, however I am assuming that it would've been already thought about accidental touchings. So my biggest gripe is that I am not sure if the materials used are good conductors.