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Old 04-03-2013, 01:03 PM   #11
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Love the command hooks. Just a small bit of caution. Stay away from hanging anything heavy as it may cause the wall covering to delaminate. I speak from experience. Hung DH's heavy terry bathrobe. With the heat of summer (Florida) & closed up in storage the weight pulled the wallpaper finish from the backing. Lucky I caught it before it tore the paper.
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Old 04-04-2013, 10:35 PM   #12
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Our PO used double edge tape too. Art is gone but tape is still there. Now we need to find some art to cover it cause I think we will do damage trying to remove it.

We plan to acquire art representative of our travels.
Mineral oil, baby oil or WD-40 should loosen up the double sticky tape. WD-40 works the best and is great for getting tree sap off your hands and other stuff. WD-40 is actually fish oil and works wonders. Our pouches that held our fan/light units and the pouch that holds all of or user manuals, were bound up in a very sticky packing tape. WD-40 took it right off. I then used Lysol wipes to clean off the oil. Cleaned up perfectly.
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:59 PM   #13
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The command hooks and the velcro type ones for hanging pictures/posters work great.
Yep, DW uses the command strips to hang a pic, indoor/outdoor therm. We also use them to hold the hook for our bath towels. They're pretty strong.
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