|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 3.9 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||17206-12ES|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Strips (12 sets)|
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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|
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|Item Dimensions||1.25 x 3.94 x 6.38 in||9.62 x 7.5 x 0.75 in||2 x 7 x 8 in||5 x 4 x 1 in||9.62 x 7.5 x 0.75 in||—|
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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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(You get a total of 24 individual strips in a box. Two strips minimum are needed to hang an object.)
Summary – My daughter is part of a local Roller Skating Club and I was lucky to oversee the plaque wall. The rink does not permit nails in the wall and we had to find ways to mount our items without damaging the wall. These have served as perfect solution for us. As noted in the description, these truly offer damage free hanging of your items. There is a tab on one end that you lift off if you need to remove the strip from a surface. We are constantly moving our items around and these let us do so with ease, speed and leaving no damage.
Each strip measures 3” long by ¾” wide excluding the tab you use to remove. Each strip is rated to hold 4lbs. So using two sets on an item will give you the ability to hold 8lbs and using four sets would hold 16lbs.
These are holding our light weight frames to heavy wood plaques with ease.
-Clean the surface before using for best results.
-When installing, press and hold for approx. 30 seconds.
-When removing an item from a wall, twist and pull the item up vs. trying to pull straight out.
As with all my reviews, should these develop issues with ongoing use, I will update the review accordingly.
Used to attach a full length mirror (7 pounds) from Target to the back of my door. See pictures for results.
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.
Entirely unsuccessful. I cannot urge consumers strongly enough against using this product. You might loose the lottery and do all sorts of damage to your walls as many of the people in these reviews. Or you might be just fine and have a perfect experience like the others. But with a nail and a hanger, you know exactly what the cleanup and removal process will be. So you gotta ask yourself...do you feel lucky punk?
EDIT: Added Images
First image shows the last strip removed from the wall taking paint with it even after slowly pulling down the tab. Pulling it straight down only led to the sound of the wall being damaged and pulling away. It only started on the top section, but even with a putty knife and more gentle pulling it still damaged the wall. The second image is after pulling the very light painting away from the wall, bottom first as instructed. You can clearly see how one strip separated and the other did not. Third photo is to show the difference between the two. Clearly something went wrong with this product.
Just use nails if you don't want to gamble and want an easy fix.