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Forget about nails, screws, tacks or messy adhesives, Command Hooks are fast and easy to hang! Command Products provide an easy, affordable way to decorate and organize your home, school and office. Command Hooks are available in a wide range of designs to match your individual style and decor. They also come in a variety of sizes and hold a surprising amount of weight - up to seven and a half pounds! The revolutionary Command Adhesive holds strongly on a variety of surfaces, including paint, wood, tile and more. Yet, removes cleanly - no holes, marks, sticky residue or stains. Rehanging hooks is as easy as applying a Refill Strip, so you can take down, move and reuse them again and again!
Do not use with wallpaper. May not adhere well to vinyl surfaces.
Do not use for antiques, heirlooms, or other valuable or irreplaceable items.
Do not hang items over beds.
Use only one hook per item hung.
1. Clean surface with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, wipe gently, let dry. Do not use household cleaners. Separate strips.
2. Remove red liner. Press adhesive to hook.
3. Remove black liner.
4. Press to surface for 10 seconds.
5. Important: for maximum holding strength slide hook off.
6. And press base firmly for 30 seconds.
7. Slide hook ON.
8. Wait 1 hour before use.
1. Slide hook up to remove from mounting base.
2. Never pull strip towards you.
3. Hold base gently to prevent base from snapping fingers. Do not press base against wall.
4. Stretch straight down along wall at least 12 inches (30 cm) until base and strip release.
Important: failure to follow instructions carefully may cause damage! Save instructions for damage-free removal or visit command.com.
Apply to surfaces above 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). Adhesive could lose adhesion above 105 degrees F (40 degrees C).
Utilizing these with three Thirty-One Snap-On Pockets I use to hold my kids schools papers and such. Holds great.Published 1 month ago by EOrozco
I used these as a Pinterest hack to hold a curtain rod in my dorm room and they did the trick! Great and functional!Published 2 months ago by Rebecca McGinnis