|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 3.9 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||17204-12ES|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Strips (12 sets)|
Command Picture Hanging Strips Value Pack, Medium, White, 12-Pairs (17204-12ES)
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From the manufacturer
Easy On, Easy Off
See package for full instructions. Then press two strips together until they click.
Press strips onto the frame.
Press frame to the wall. Be sure to follow package for full instructions.
When you want to remove the frame, simply peel the frame from the wall. Stretch the strips straight down.
*Not all steps shown. See package for full instructions.
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|Small Picture Hanging Strips||Medium Picture Hanging Strips||Large Picture Hanging Strips||Narrow Picture Hanging Strips||Easel Back Picture Hanging Strips|
|2 pairs - weight limit||2 lb||6 lb||8 lb||6 lb||5 lb|
|2 pairs - frame size||5" x 7"||11" x 17"||16 x 20 "||11 x 17 "||11 x 14 "|
|4 pairs – weight limit||4lb||12 lb||16 lb||12 lb||NA|
|4 pairs - frame size||8" x 10"||18" x 24"||24" x 36"||18" x 24"||NA|
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 leaving no wall damage, 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. Also available are Command Frame Stabilizer Strips which keep picture frames level even if hung by nails.
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Sidenote: Even though they sometimes peel the paint after they've been in place for awhile, i've never had them peel the paint when i've had to immediately remove them to reposition when i've accidently hung them crooked, etc. So rest assured, there is room for error when you need to immediately peel off to reposition, and it does't seem to affect the strength of the adhesive for the most part.
First, these did not come in the 3M Command packaging - these came in a clear plastic bag, like how you get the screws and bolts for DIY furniture. I was like, okay, I've gotten other products off Amazon that didn't have the original packaging, assuming because of damage in the warehouse or something, and they worked perfectly fine. So, I kept these. BIG MISTAKE.
These were the worst Command items to work with. First, is just about impossible to get the backing off these strips - I'm talking, if you are lucky enough to get a 2mm edge free with your fingernails, you need to bite with your front teeth and try to pull the rest off. Secondly, similar to what other reviewers have stated, even if you do get the backing off (sometimes a fine layer of paper remains) , the adhesive mostly peels off, then snaps back in a messy blob...it's kind like that goopy adhesive on the back of new credit cards, but way thinner, stickier, and impossible to straighten out and attempt to use. Finally, I did manage to get some usable strips out of my pack (of 16 sets, I believe) and at home hung a 10x12 frame - not heavy - to have it fall after a few weeks. And because maybe I'm a moron, I've used strips from the same package and rehung the picture only to have it eventually fall two more times. Just yesterday it fell again and the frame finally broke, which prompted me to write this review. At work, I hung a much larger, heavier dry erase calendar and it fell twice as well. I finally ended up using clear pushpins all around the bottom corners to keep it in place. The person who moves into my office after me is going to think I'm nuts.
Please note, despite all the negativity, I have purchased the same item on Amazon in the past and those hanging strips worked great - I would just be careful purchasing from this particular item option because I'm suspicious that this is a fake 3M product, or if it is, it may be a defective batch that someone chose to sell anyway. It's not like i"m out a ton of money, it's just disappointing.
Update: 03/16/16 I am not sure if it was the strips or them being attached to electrical tape but on a pretty warm morning I came out to my truck and it appeared the adhesive attaching the strip to the EZpass had failed and would not stay attached overnight. This time around I removed the tape and gave the EZ-Pass two light coats with some black high temp spray paint. (some I already happen to have on hand) You can still read all the textured writing on the back and I placed a small sticker over my ID numbers so I could remove later and still see them as they are flat and would be hidden by paint. Everything feels rock solid and I will update again if there are any problems. Also the strap that was originally attached to the glass has never come off and is still holding incredibly strong.