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BattleAxe
« on: October 26, 2013 12:53:23 PM »

Hi all,

hope this is in the right place.

I bought a big wolverine poster (4x6') and thought it was going to be adhesive.  Its not.  Its a picture quality paper (nice and thick) and comes with 3M strips to hang it.  I was going to use it as a headboard and using the strips just won't work for that.

I would rather adhere it to the wall.  i was wondering if someone can recommend the right product and method. Obviously I don't want it to fall and dont want it super permanent either!

Thanks!
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dnelsong
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2013 06:13:10 PM »

I've used Scotch brand removable poster tape before and liked it.  Have you considered that option?  I'm assuming the 3M strips you are talking about are Command--if not, maybe use the Command strips? You might want to consider having it laminated, making it even more durable and also maybe making using Command strips more palatable.  Debra
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