This might sound like a weird question, and if anyone is confused I'll take a picture to show you what I mean. But what I want to know is, is it safe to use 2 seperate surge protector's on 1 wall that has 2 outlet's?. I guess I should be asking an electrician this question but I don't know any I can talk too right now, so I figured maybe someone here at neowin would know. Thanks for the input!.
It's fine. As mentioned, they tell you not to daisy chain because you can overload the powerstrip. If you overload the outlet you'll just trip the breaker. For example, if you have a 6 outlet power strip, it's wiring is rated for 6 outlets, not 12 when you daisy chain another.
over load the outlet? you can overload a breaker just as easy on 2 different sockets with the same power if they are on the same breaker.
I have 4 surge protectors in one room But the outlets are on 2 different breakers so I don't trip a breaker. giving me extra wiggle room.
If your outlets/room is designed for more of a load (like a garage perhaps) you will have more wiggle room. It depends how much power you need and can use for that situation....