|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 3.9 x 6.8 inches|
|Item model number||17206|
|Size||4 Large Strips|
|Style||4 Strips, Large|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||7510-01-604-3531|
Command Damage Free Picture and Frame Hanging, Large Strips
|Price:||$3.67 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Damage-Free hanging
- No nail holes
- Hold strongly yet removes cleanly
- Picture locks in place
- Works on a variety of surfaces
- After painting, wait at least 7 days for the paint to cure before applying Command Picture Hanging strips.
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Command Picture Hanging Strips
Command Picture Hanging Strips make decorating quick and easy. One click tells you Picture Hanging Strips are locked in and holding tight. Best of all, when you are ready to take down or move your pictures, they come off cleanly - no nail holes, cracked plaster or sticky residue. Command Picture Hanging Strips come in three sizes: Small strips hold most 8” x 10” frames, medium strips hold most 18” x 24” frames and large strips hold most 24” x 36” frames. Four large strips can hold up to 16 pounds.
With Command Products, hanging pictures and art to create a focal point in your room is quick and easy! For all of your accent pieces, there is a Command Strip or Hanger that can be used to hang it, with no damage to your walls! To create you own wall gallery, start by planning out your layout on the floor in front of your wall space. Then select an appropriate Command Picture Hanging product for each of your pieces. Ensure wall and frames are clean and dry. Follow package instructions for proper application, weight and strip positioning recommendations. Apply product to back of frame and then adhere to wall. Gently peel frame from the bottom to detach from wall and press on strips for 30 seconds. Wait one hour before rehanging frames. The click of the strips connecting will tell you they are locked in place.
- Decorate worry-free
- Allow for quick and easy decorating
- Reposition for easy leveling
- Change artwork easily with no damage
- Picture Hanging Strips come in three sizes and in white or black
- Command Picture Hangers can hang frames and other objects with sawtooth, d-ring, keyhole and wire backed hangers
Top Customer Reviews
I use these for the pictures that hang along my stairway. I decided to hang my children's artwork along the wall with almost no space in-between the frames, so I needed a LOT of frames and a perfect hanging technique. Since I don't have a ton of money or 6 hands to get that perfect picture hanging down, I decided to use cheap picture frames and these strips to hang them.
First I got a lot of frames from the dollar store and then had the kids paint the frames all different colors, then I got the Medium Picture hanging strips from 3M.
After reading the reviews I decided to follow the directions EXACTLY, with one minor alteration. Since, again, I don't have a ton of money - and these are pretty expensive, I cut the Medium Strips lengthwise and got double for my money.
I prepared the back of the frames using a cotton swab with alcohol (LET IT DRY)- if the frame was really smooth I used a needle to scratch up the finish figuring it would help it to adhere. Then after it dried I attached the already cut strip to the middle of frame - instead of the top because it made more sense to me.
Then I took this frame and held it up to where I wanted it to hang and prepped the wall with the alcohol. After it dried, I lightly attached the second strip to the strip already on the frame by only pressing the top and bottom edge and removed the backing. I held it up to the wall and used a shish-kabob skewer to keep the strip to the wall as I removed the frame.Read more ›
-you follow instructions carefully
-use enough strips
What the product description is missing is information about how much weight each set of strips can hold. This box comes with 4 sets, which are good for either one 16lb frame, two 8lb frames, or four 4lb frames. I used the entire box on a 16lb frame I have one week ago. No problems!
We wiped with alcohol both the frame and the wall, velcroed the sets together where they were supposed to be on the frame, placed it on the wall where we wanted them without touching the wall, used an iPad app called Clinometer to check if it was straight on the wall, stuck it, unvelcroed the sets apart using a butter knife, waited 2 hours, then velcroed again. Actually a lot simpler than using nails!
Everything was prepped with alcohol first.
I'm also skeptical of the weight ratings. I wouldn't trust the more than about half.
They're great for light applications like hanging signs on doors, or posting signs generally.
Having just moved into a new to us, very old craftsman house, we're still trying to identify where to put our furniture & pictures without damaging the lathe and plaster walls. Thought this would be a great way to hang the three new picture frames we purchased. The instructions stated to prep both surfaces, stick to the wall, wait an hour, and to use 2 strips for picture frames of upto 8lbs, easy enough to follow.
Mounted the frames, went out for the morning, got back, and 2 of our 3 brand new frames are still on the floor. We never even had a chance to print photos for them. The 3rd practically let go in my hand. Sadly, they failed in two different ways. For the first frame, the glue let go from the wall, the strips are still clipped together. The second frame that fell, well the glue is still on the wall, The strips came apart.
A waste of money. Not just the $4+ the strips cost, but I now have to replace 2 frames that never saw the light of day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These 3M strips are amazing - I'm using them to hold up a large 10lb picture frame with no worries that it'll fall down. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by RubberDuck
they are good, my tv is not as wobbly when my crazy little kitten / cat tries to jump on it. I will buy more of them and I also used some for a hook and that worked great.Published 3 days ago by Edyta Brzeczkowska
Used this to support a full length mirror. It's been up for 5 months with no problems. Love it.
I placed the mirror on a wall, not a door. Read more
I've used them several times and NEVER had an issue. Then again, I have common sense and don't hang anything too heavy with them even if they claim they can. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazonaholics
I have to say, that after use a few of the other options out there, this was the best so far. As plain sight the glue strip side doesn't seem to be too strong, but it actually is. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jonathan Lopez
I have used dozens of Command Strips. They are usually awesome at holding up things. I don't know if this came from a bad batch or what, but the sticky strips couldn't even stay on... Read morePublished 8 days ago by JW
This just rips the paint off the wall. The only reason I give these two stars is they're useful for non wall uses.Published 9 days ago by Autumn
Worked perfectly to hold up a bulletin board. I didn't think it would work, but it did!Published 9 days ago by Kindle Customer