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What adhesive should I use on a wall?

Posted by aggierose (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 25, 12 at 17:10

I'm finishing up my little girls room and I plan on putting some little crystals on the wall. They are about the size of a dime. I just want them stuck on the wall, but I don't want to use anything that will pull the drywall off when I remove them. Any suggestions on what I should use? Thx!


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RE: What adhesive should I use on a wall?

hot glue gun?


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RE: What adhesive should I use on a wall?

I would check out the Command strips website (www.command.com)and see if they have any products that you can use. Command strips won't remove drywall when you remove them.


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RE: What adhesive should I use on a wall?

Poster Putty would probably hold them and is inexpensive and removable.

Here is a link that might be useful: poster putty


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RE: What adhesive should I use on a wall?

Quake-Hold might work too. Are dime sized decorating pieces a good idea in a room used by kids?


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