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Hanging Christmas Lights from Stucco

Posted by houseful (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 20, 08 at 20:11

Now that we have new stucco, I realize I won't be able to hang lights like I have in the past. There is no wood trim at all. I was hoping to find some barely sticky substance that won't damage when I pull it off. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!


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RE: Hanging Christmas Lights from Stucco

Our previous house was stucco - we installed permanent hooks right into the stucco without any problems.


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RE: Hanging Christmas Lights from Stucco

I have stucco also and been using the command hooks with success. Follow the label directions.


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RE: Hanging Christmas Lights from Stucco

Excellent! I think I'll try the command hooks first, but if I do the permanent, Cattknap, what did you use that doesn't rust? Did you paint them to match the house?


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