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Old 04-24-2015, 08:36 AM   #1
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Mounting Things to Walls

I'm wondering what are some good ways to mount things to the walls of my travel trailer. Obviously there's the Velcro route, but if I want something more permanent, I'm wondering what to use.
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Old 04-24-2015, 08:49 AM   #2
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3M command tape & hooks works great!
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3M command tape & hooks works great!

Ditto! What we use!
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3M command tape & hooks works great!
X3 - we've also found that wiping the area down with rubbing alcohol, especially if the surface is wood, helps the tape hold better
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X3 - we've also found that wiping the area down with rubbing alcohol, especially if the surface is wood, helps the tape hold better
x4, we actually use the big ones inside our shower at the house to hang towels on. They hold up to the damp area really good.
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And one of the best benefits of them, when you want to remove them they come off without leaving a trace that they were ever there.
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just bought a crap load of command hooks from home depot...they work great
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Survey says...3M command anything works great...
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x99 on the Command hooks
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Duct tape.
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