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Old 04-14-2013, 04:53 PM   #1
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Question How to put up decor

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We have a "new to us" Bounder with very clean interior. Very nice wood cupboard doors and a few areas that could hold a picture.
I am sure many people put up decorative items. How do you do it? I do not want to leave perminent marks on the walls or cupboards but would like to add a FEW items.

Thanks for your help!
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Hello:
We have a "new to us" Bounder with very clean interior. Very nice wood cupboard doors and a few areas that could hold a picture.
I am sure many people put up decorative items. How do you do it? I do not want to leave perminent marks on the walls or cupboards but would like to add a FEW items.

Thanks for your help!
Galetex
I've had good luck with 3M command products. Comes in various sizes and weight holding capacity.
Command Medium Picture Hanging Strips, Black, 4-Strip - Amazon.com
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Try Command Strips. They have some designed for pictures or hooks for other items. We've used them in our last two MH and they have not left any marks on the wood. However, I wouldn't use them on wallpaper. Good look and congrats on your new MH
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We use Command strips, double sided foam tape (aka mirror tape) and sticky back velcro, depending on the situation and permanency. The mirror tape will still come off, but it requires some effort and maybe some Goo-gone.
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