|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 3.9 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||17206|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||7510-01-604-3531|
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Command Damage Free Picture and Frame Hanging, Large 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
Damage-free hanging, holds strongly, removes cleanly, no surface damage.
Top Customer Reviews
The strips were a bit too long for the surface I used them on, so I cut each strip in half WIDTH WISE, giving me 8 pieces to use. This was not the best technique (should have done length wise, as it left me with only one side containing the pull tab that is used to later remove the strip. (Solved the problem by making sure that each strip had at least one pull tab & then adhered that side to the surface of the DOOR.) I didn't really care that the back of my cheap mirror might get damaged, should I decide to remove the strips from there.
Moving on, the set-up was easy and took about 15 minutes for me. As per the instructions, I let the strips rest for a few hours before attaching the mirror to the door.
The mirror is stuck on well. I swung the door open & closed with much force a few times to test it, and nothing shakes or even wobbles.
I can easily pull the mirror from the door and set it elsewhere to use. Reattachment is simple.
It has been 1 month and the mirror hasn't fallen once.
Based on the many horror stories from other reviews, I am a bit worried about the strips potentially damaging the surface of the door upon removal. Will update on that issue when I remove the strips.
Overall a good purchase for what I needed it for.
So I bought a ton of these hoping they would solve all my problems, While they did solve most of them. I feel like this product is pretty expensive to be hanging tons of pictures with. you need quite a few to hang pictures and when I only used a few especially on all my bigger pictures (bigger than 8X10) The pictures would fall off the wall within a few weeks. If they do fall of the wall, they are pretty much useless from there and you have to put a whole new set of them on there.
So they work if you stick tons on the picture or if you have smaller pictures you want to hang but if you need hang any bigger heavier pictures, I would not recommend these. I broke several of my pictures by not having enough on them. Also I spent an arm and a leg on these trying to buy enough to hang all the pictures. you could use these for some and not pictures, but I just don't know if it is worth it.
I finally decided just to get small nails and use those. When I left the place I filled the holes with a little toothpaste (trick learned in college) and you could never tell that a nail was there. That worked way better and was WAY less expensive than buying packages and packages of these.
Update after using these in many places on many items. I was thrilled to find these as I moved into an apartment with concrete walls and didn't want to drill a hole for every picture/item on the wall. Big learnings so far;
- prep is important as above.
- I tried to use the right size/smaller size for items and got burned. Many items got broken after falling off the wall. Go one size larger if you want to be more sure.
- Unlike Velcro, the hook system used only works in one direction, vertical. You can't put these things sideways or even slanted. They are made to work only in a vertical mounting. Again found this out the hard way, many fallen and broken.
- if you really need to hang something that can't get damaged, I would not use these. Drill a concrete screw or use a "hardwall picture hanger".
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great value for price paid.