How do I hang pictures up on textured wall without using nails?
how do I put pictures up on a texture wall without using nails?
How do I hang decorations without using walls orthe ceiling ?
Rented a hall for family reunion and not allowed to use walls or the ceiling for hanging deco. Any ideas ,anyone ?
How can I safely remove a photo that's stuck to the glass in a frame?
Occasionally I've had the problem of photos sticking to the glass inside frames. First, I'm not sure what's even causing it. I don't use any moisture when dusting the... See more
How can I make this hidden door more hidden and less hideous?
I have a hidden door though it doesn't look so hidden at the moment and I like the appeal of a hidden door. We do need to use the door, but not often. This is in a b... See more
How can we camouflage the siding in our add-on room?
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Would someone tell me what I'm doing wrong with command strips?
First one fell off in the bathroom - okay, maybe moisture. In the kitchen - fridge, inside cabinets and on tile walls. All fall off. Everyone else seems to love t... See more
How to hide this circuit breaker?
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Do you think this canvas is too small for the space???
I received my canvas and now I think it is too small for the space. It is 35 x 23. The wall is about 95" and the table is 48" I temporarily propped it on the chair so... See more
You can try command strips but I would not trust it.
command hooks may work for you
Maybe museum putty
Not much will stick to textured walls unless it is not textured much. I have minimally textured walls, probably from painting for 64 years on the walls, but I used command strips to hold up our sound system speakers. They are small, but weigh a lot for their size. I purchased the weight that was over the weight of the speakers and used two or more depending on the size of what I was hanging. I have never had one fall off the wall yet, the only time I had to put new ones on was when I had to move two of the speakers due to a larger TV. The other three have stayed in place for going on five years now. I think the strips I got were for about twice the weight of the speakers, I wanted to make sure the strips could handle the weight of the little speakers for the small size. You could do a trial and error and see if it would work if you have a picture you wanted to hang that is a heavier one without glass, that way if it falls, glass won't break. Make sure to follow the directions on wait times before hanging the pictures. Holes in the walls from nails are easy to repair and usually unnoticeable when filled because they are so small, even on textured walls.
How about one of those wire art hanging systems?
Hand sewing needles will hold up to 10 lbs, they do the least damage. That is what I have used. Even sewing pins will hold light weight pictures and frames