|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 4 x 0.2 inches|
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|Item model number||MMM859|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MMM859|
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3M Mounting Squares, Clear, .68-Inch by .68-Inch, 35-Pack
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- Clear, removable mounting squares.
- Hang notes, photos and other lightweight items on metal, glass, wood and plastic.
- Two-sided adhesive with a removable liner.
- Precut squares.
- Four squares can hold up to 1/2 pound.
- Ideal for papers photos and other lightweight items
- Clear will not stain walls
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I have another project now, and was debating between these and the removable poster tape, but I think these would be stronger.
I have noticed that sometimes, they don't come apart so easily, which makes them stretch, or have a corner fold over. Not a big deal though. Great for a kids room, or temporary artwork in a play space.
update:1/29/2010. I am removing the cards today, and have had at least 3 adhesives rip the paint and drywall, to expose the brown paper part of the drywall. Not too happy about that. One cracked the paint. I am trying to lift the center of the card, then loosen one end, and then lightly twist to get the top to pop without ripping off any more paint. So, overall they came off fine, but the ones that didn't ruined more than just paint, and now require spackle, primer and repainting. Before I rehang these on a different wall, I'll be scouting new options. Maybe the trick is too replace them yearly...?
These are pretty good. It takes a bit to get used to working with them. I found it quite difficult at first to get the backing off them. But once I was used to handling them, it was very easy to remove the backing.
Another thing I liked was that these seem to be pressure-sensitive. So if you accidentally put one down in the wrong place, you can easily correct your mistake. (I was making a lot of mistakes when I attempted to reach back into the far recesses of the kitchen cabinets in the new house.) Once you have the mounting square in place, press firmly on the top or outer surface to create the bond.
So far I have been able to get these to stick wood (i.e., the interiors of kitchen cabinets and shelves) and Con-Tact paper together. Once this system is in place, I can disturb the surface of the Con-Tact paper and not have it slide around (which I know because I laid some down and then practically had to crawl into the cabinet with it to finish off one corner).
I haven't used this for exactly its intended purpose, but it has been decent (not perfect, but pretty good) for the use I've found for it. Would definitely buy again.
The main problem is that they end up being significantly more expensive per thing mounted on the wall particularly if you're using one for each corner of rectangular posters, etc.
Note: You can wash them off under running water! This is very useful if something does happen to fall off the wall or the squares somehow get on the floor and pick up dust. Also, if you happen to stick them to a dusty wall and they fall off due to the dust, being able to just wash them allows you to clean the wall and put them back up securely.
While Scotch seems to recommend against using these squares on flat wall paint, I haven't noticed any spots left behind. If anything they just don't stick as securely to flat paint but for me the stickiness seems to be good enough. So far I haven't had but one thing fall off of flat wall paint, and the only thing that did fall off seems to have been caused by dust on the wall coating the adhesive. But as previously stated, I just washed them off, cleaned the wall, and put them back up with no trouble. With glossy paint they might not even fall off of dusty walls. With flat paint use a lot of pressure to get them stuck down securely.
Summary: good stuff, I'm just subtracting one star for the increased cost over putty. If you need to mount lots of stuff then the putty may be more cost effective, but otherwise I'd rather use these things.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These will not work well on large laminated posters. I wanted to hang 3 24x36 wall-mounted calendars found here on Amazon but they peeled out from the wall within minutes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dm
Rarely stays up for longer than a day. Ridiculously hard to clean. Once it falls off once, it will never stay on again, You're much better off looking elsewhere for something to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
These are so tiny and clear it is hard to work with them; and, they don't stick very well. I ended up throwing the product away.Published 11 months ago by Julie Legg
My posters constantly keep falling down with these. Really unimpressed. Wouldn't reccomenedPublished 12 months ago by Crystal Wolferd
I have a number of 3'x4' posters I wanted to hang in our homeschool house. I tried tacky, but they all fell down after about 2 months. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Morning Sunshine
I've been using these for years. They're great and come off well when you're ready.Published 15 months ago by beadlady
These are really good for mounting light weight things, especially if it is just for temporary hanging. I always have a supply on hand.Published 17 months ago by Jill