Command Small Refill Strips, 20 Strips per pack (Old Version)
- Move, re-hang and re-organise your small Command products with this supply of replacement adhesive strips
- Simple, quick and easy to apply – no need for nails or screws
- Hold strongly on a variety of surfaces including finished wood, glass, tile, metal and painted surfaces
- Remove quickly and cleanly without leaving holes, marks, stains or sticky residue
- A strong and effective alternative to double-sided sticky tape
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An essential refill pack for fans of Command! Keep a supply of these replacement adhesive strips handy for when you need to reposition your Small Command Hooks and Picture Clips, move posters, or re-use Mini Hooks and Decorating Clips. They also provide a reliable alternative to double-sided sticky tape when creating wall displays, hanging decorations and in other more robust applications. The strips can be applied to almost any flat, clean surface and are easily and cleanly removed without damaging the surface underneath – no cracks, holes, damaged plaster, sticky residue or stains. Each strip will support up to 450g in weight.
Command products are perfect in rented accommodation where you can’t put screws in the walls or are worried about marks and stains. They hold strongly on a whole range of surfaces including paint, wood, metal and tiles, but aren’t suitable for use on wallpapered surfaces or for hanging antiques or other valuable or irreplaceable items. To remove the Command Adhesive Strip pull the tab straight down, slowly stretching it until the strip releases from the wall. These instructions are detailed on the back of the pack.
Command is a trademark of 3M Company.
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Been taking some of these off my walls, but found that the paint is still taken off.Published 13 months ago by PDC
haven't tried with anything heavy but used for pictures, in an apartment where i cant use nails or screws on the walls really good.Published 21 months ago by paul Knight