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Old 04-13-2016, 01:26 PM   #1
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Mounting pictures

Want to full time,
Have 3 pics in frames I want to take with.
Any ideas on how to mount so no damage and won't move around??
Will be using a TT.
Any ideas would be great!!
Thanks!!!
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Old 04-13-2016, 01:40 PM   #2
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I have a clock that came with my camper, and it's hung just like any other wall clock would be, but they also added velcro to keep it from coming off the screw. I would think that as long as the pictures weren't that heavy, you could do the same thing.
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We have pictures secured with Command Velcro strips. 1 in each corner of the frames, they don't move & they don't damage the walls when you remove them.

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I agree with the command strips. That is how I have all our pictures secured to the walls.
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This may help for pictures from a digital camera - peel and stick picture frames. Print the photo to fit the frame.

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I use Command Velcro hangers and hooks in our TT. They work great and you can get them in all different strength to hold all different weight items.
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We use command hooks to hold the frame to the wall. So far it's holding up really well.
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