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Old 08-28-2015, 08:58 PM   #11
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Our 3m command hooks have all fallen off when the camper gets hot. Our unit gets to about 100 degrees during the week when we aren't there. All the stick on hooks gave it up.. Going back to small nails but not where we would hit any pipes or wires.
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Old 08-28-2015, 09:55 PM   #12
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Our 3m command hooks have all fallen off when the camper gets hot. Our unit gets to about 100 degrees during the week when we aren't there. All the stick on hooks gave it up.. Going back to small nails but not where we would hit any pipes or wires.
Fell off? Did you do all the stuff on the directions? Just curious because I've never had an issue through summer or winter with them.

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Old 08-28-2015, 11:19 PM   #13
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Does anyone know what this would be?

I use command hooks to attach pretty much every and any thing to the trailer walls. I even use the strips to hold things to the wall when I'm not sure where I actually want something - that way when I change my mind or we find the item is in an inconvenient place, we move it. I've wasted a lot of command strips and saved the trailer walls. There is also 'permanent' double sided tape that can hold heavier weights than the command strips, I've used it too. And... We've never had them fall off the walls no matter what the temp was or how heavy the item.


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