I have one thing on the wall. . . a clock. It was held up with a 3M sticky hook. Even though the clock is lightweight, it has pulled the wallpaper away from the wall and there is a fairly large bubble. I decided I didn't want that on my walls, so I have nothing else up and don't plan to either. DH put a small screw up to hold the clock so it wouldn't tear the wallpaper.
Wife to Terry (Teacher's Pet)
2006 Tiffin Phaeton 40' QSH, 4 slides (Phaeton Place)
2003 Sport Trac Toad
2004 R-Vision Trail-lite 213
Fulltiming since retiring in 2005
We use Velcro,works great and to remove just heat with an iron!
Ditto that .... we use the Industrial strength velcro we found at Lowes. Works great outside too to hold the wireless temperature sensor... Used it on our motorhome over a year and now our 5vr.. never had a problem in wind, cold, heat, and rain.
2012 3055RL Big Horn - Dexter 7000 lb axles - G rated LT Tires
MorRyde, Genset, Dual Panes, 2 A/C, Yeti Package
2013 F350 DRW 4x4 Crew King Ranch
We have used the Command strips (velcro style) on pictures and signs in our camper. Clean the wall first with rubbing alcohol and them use the strips. I used four medium duty ones on a 12x14 picture frame with real glass and in two years it has never come down.
If you got something heavy that needs a screw to hold it place the molly bolts work great. Like this 5lb wrought iron Lone Star of Texas or cowboy leaning on the wall welcome sign you can't live without.
Small hole has to be drilled into the wall so it makes it pernanent. These are better than the expanding wing nuts as when you remove the screw from the molly bolt they stay in place where the expanding wing nut mounts drop behind your wall...
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I told Momabear I didnt want to stop in Olney, Texas for icecream at a DQ...
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RETIRED DOAF/DON/DOD/CONTR RADIO TECH (42yrs)
K9PHT (Since 1957) 146.52M
2010 F150, 5.4,3:73 Gears,SCab
2008 Starcraft 14RT EU2000i GEN
2005 Flagstaff 8528RESS
3M command strips are the best, if you don't remove them correctly they will ruin the surface. We use the double hook ones that work like velcro but much stronger. Make sure you pull the tab for removal in a downward direction, do not pull away from the wall.