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Quakehold! 88111 Museum Putty Neutral
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- Ideal for securing antiques, collectibles, and other breakable items from falling
- Works on almost any surface
- Easy to apply with its pliable texture
- Non-toxic and non-damaging to your walls, surfaces, or furniture
- Easy to remove and reuse without leaving behind unsightly residue
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From the manufacturer
Here are a few creative uses for QuakeHOLD! Putty.
The light adhesive can be used on each corner of a poster, cards, or children's artwork and stuck to the wall, refrigerator, or door!
Secure Drawer Trays
Apply to the underside of any trays you use in a drawer that don't quite fill up the space to keep it from sliding about the drawer!
Use a dab of putty on the bottom corners of a hanging picture frame to keep the picture hanging straight or to raise it off the wall.
Secure Scale Models to a Display
If you display scales models in a display, Museum Putty can keep them in place while being transported, handled or in case someone bumps it.
Quakehold, 2.64 oz, white removable & re-usable putty, non-toxic, secures antiques, collectibles & more from falling & breaking, pull off amount needed, roll it in your fingers until soft, apply to base of object, lightly press object to surface, remove by twisting & lifting from base, comes off clean, works on most surfaces & walls, wont damage furniture.
From the Manufacturer
Removable, reusable and non-toxic Quakehold! 88111 Museum Putty secures antiques, collectibles and more from falling and breaking. Pull off amount needed, roll it in your fingers until soft, apply to base of object. Lightly press object to surface. Remove by twisting and lifting from base. Comes off clean, works on most surfaces and walls. Won't damage furniture.
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Some of the things I use this product for: holding down glass lotion dispensers on my sink ledges and steadying vases and various objet d'art that are exposed to canines and human guests. Here in Chicagoland I have only experienced earthquake rumblings a handful of times in the last 50 years, so I'm not too concerned about that.
I do get very tired of framed artwork going out of level, so I have taken to attaching a blob of Quakehold at the bottom edge of the frame and pressing it against the wall. This seems to help keep them in place. Also, I use this on the bottom of votive candle holders on the fireplace mantel so that I do not accidentally send glass shards and hot wax spraying all over the area. Again.
I'm sure that I will think of more uses for this product in the future. I like the fact that it has no odor, is not greasy, so far has not left marks on any surfaces, is easily removable, can be returned to the package and used again, and does not seem to dry out or go bad in the package over a period of several months. A little goes a long way.
I wonder if I can flatten it out and press it against the color Sunday comics like Silly Putty. That would be too cool!
So far so good.
The putty will pull of paint unless it is rolled slightly as it is removed, but it removes cleanly without residue. We also tried museum wax, which did not work to adhere items to the wall (though it worked great on flat surfaces, like shelves). Worst bit was that the wax always left, well, wax- it was very difficult to clean and remove entirely.
The consistency is approximately like chewed gum mixed with silly putty, and it adheres beautifully to all of our semi-gloss paint while also being easy to remove. It did not adhere to un-glazed porcelain (which doesn't lower my opinion of it).
I buy copious amounts of this product, and will continue to do so- after trying several versions, this has worked the best.