Comments about Command 3M Picture Frame Hangers, No Tools or Holes, 14 Pairs (28 Strips), Gallery Wall Pack (PH206-14NA)

Command 3M Picture Frame Hangers, No Tools or Holes, 14 Pairs (28 Strips), Gallery Wall Pack (PH206-14NA)

Decorate how you want, when you want without damaging your walls. Command Picture Hanging Strips let you fearlessly hang pictures without nails or tools. Not just for picture frames, these wall hangers are also great for creating a gallery wall, hanging college dorm decor, wooden letters, nursery décor, acoustic foam boards, and more. These picture-frame hangers click together to lock in place and keep your pictures level. When you're ready to redecorate your space, the Command Strips remove cleanly and damage-free.


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Update: Feb 2018. It has been a little over a year. Just last week, one (top left) of the eight sticky hanging strips stuck to THE DOOR fell off, and the weight of the mirror brought the entire mirror down. It had lost it's stickiness. The velcro parts of the strips are still going strong. I just stuck the strip back on the door until I can get more command strips. I believe the strip wouldn't have fallen off if I just left left the mirror on the door for the whole year. However, I occasionally needed to move the mirror out, pulling the velcro. I believe this is an excellent purchase based on the duration I can use these strips (the rest of the strips are still sticky).

Used to attach a full length mirror (7 pounds) from Target to the back of my door. See pictures for results.
The strips were a bit too long for the surface I used them on, so I cut each strip in half WIDTH WISE, giving me 8 pieces to use. This was not the best technique (should have done length wise, as it left me with only one side containing the pull tab that is used to later remove the strip. (Solved the problem by making sure that each strip had at least one pull tab & then adhered that side to the surface of the DOOR.) I didn't really care that the back of my cheap mirror might get damaged, should I decide to remove the strips from there.
Moving on, the set-up was easy and took about 15 minutes for me. As per the instructions, I let the strips rest for a few hours before attaching the mirror to the door.
The mirror is stuck on well. I swung the door open & closed with much force a few times to test it, and nothing shakes or even wobbles.
I can easily pull the mirror from the door and set it elsewhere to use. Reattachment is simple.
It has been 1 month and the mirror hasn't fallen once.
Based on the many horror stories from other reviews, I am a bit worried about the strips potentially damaging the surface of the door upon removal. Will update on that issue when I remove the strips.
Overall a good purchase for what I needed it for.

Fabulous....a bit difficult to get up, initially. You *need* to level your frame at the bottom then angle it up to place the tabs, and they're serious about letting those tabs sit for at least an hour before you hang the heavier pictures (learn from my fail). If you follow the instructions, they work *brilliantly*

I was expecting generic velcro. But, these strips are not like velcro with one fuzzy loop surface and a second with hooks. BOTH sides of these look the SAME. I am not sure exactly how they work, but they do stick together. They make a snapping sound when they are pressed together.

I purchased the large size and the large ones really aren't that big. I am glad I didn't buy smaller hanging strips.

Because I have never used this brand before and the strips are much cheaper than what I am hanging, I doubled up and used twice as many strips. I didn't want my new designart metal wall art falling off the wall. The metal edges are sharp and the aluminum will dent. I placed all the strips vertically on the back of the art. None horizontally.

I haven't had any failures with the strips yet. But, I will update if anything crashes to the floor.

I used this to hang a wooden sign in my laundry room. I was concerned it would be too heavy for the strips, but it has held up so far. I used three, one on each side, and one in the middle. These are like velcro, but with both sides having the loops instead of the fuzzy material. You press them together and that holds up the picture. I pulled it down because I thought I placed it too high (I did, but I can move it easily since these are command strips), and one of the strips came off the wooden sign. The instructions say to hang it, remove it, and let it sit for an hour, but that's just not possible for me. So far it has held up though.

TL; DR:

PROS: Holds a surprising amount. Easy to adhere and remove strips. Seems to be solidly on the wall with no chance of falling.

CONS: Long wait time if you follow the instructions. One of the strips stayed locked with the strip on the wall and came off the picture.

These large strips are fantastic! I had some trouble with pictures falling when I first used these, even though I thought I followed the instructions. But at that time, I didn't clean the wall first with rubbing alcohol because the wall looked clean. What I didn't realize is that the smallest speck of dust makes a difference. Now I clean the wall, allow it to completely dry, and these things stick like those old super glue commercials, where the glue is pulling up a car. Seriously, now when I need to remove one, it wants to cling to the wall so tight sometimes I can't pull it off. That's okay with me! No more broken frames to replace! YAY!!

Rigged it for my own use. One side of the strip I sewed into my window curtain and used the other strip with the adhesive to the interior window siding. It’s been sturdy and has not allowed my cat to penetrate through it.
P.S. I’m not a mean owner but my landlord only agreed to one pet that we had when we moved in. This stray kitten was abandoned by the mother in my backyard. He’s not a bad cat but I just can’t have him chilling at the front window where he will be seen. He has access to two other windows, if that eases your mind. 😬

I wanted to hang pictures on the back of our kitchen cabinets, but really didn't like the idea of putting holes in them. Someone recommended these to me, and I'm so glad they did. It actually made hanging pictures much easier. I put one up a little crooked, but could just pull it off, put the level on top, and stick it back onto the velcro straight. They're pretty heavy pictures too, but they've been up for months now and I'm not at all worried they'll fall down. I got another pack to put a bluetooth speaker in my boyfriend's car. It really keeps it in place on the dash, since it's much stronger than regular velcro, and since it pulls off so easily we don't have to worry about it damaging the leather. Great for a variety of projects!

Eli
I love these things. I did a wall collage that looks great. I wasn't sure they would hold some of the heavy frames but now after a few months they are still there and stable. Make sure to use the correct commands for the weight it will hold. I also had to fix a couple that I put in the wrong place. No problem. I just removed and placed in proper place. Still Holding..... :)

Both apartments that I have lived in so far did not allow any mounting on the walls. I also don't like to put in my own nails since it can be uneven. I have been using these for canvas art and frames. They work perfectly! They apparently hold up to 16 pounds though none of my items are that heavy. Nothing has fallen and they do not damage the walls. I actually stick both stickers to the frame before sticking it to the wall rather than sticking one on the frame and the corresponding one on the wall. I would recommend using the iPhone app to guarantee a straight placement. Works well every time.

How can you go wrong, no damage to your walls. I love these things. I've only used a few throughout the last few years but I recently redid the entire house and decided to only use commands strips to put anything on the wall. And it has worked great thus far. I noticed it keeps picture frames about a 1/8 off the wall due to the thickness of the command strips. Sometimes when you have pictures on the wall and take them down after some time they leave dark marks on the walls. I noticed the didn't happen with the few command strips I used in the beginning compared to pictured hung up with nails. I obviously didn't use it on my 50lb mirror but I was able to use them on the bottom corners to prevent it from moving. I would definitely recommend if you don't want to ruin your walls. Or if you rent and are not allowed to put nails in the walls.

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Decorate how you want, when you want without damaging your walls. Command Picture Hanging Strips let you fearlessly hang pictures without nails or tools. Not just for picture frames, these wall hangers are also great for creating a gallery wall, hanging college dorm decor, wooden letters, nursery
Decorate how you want, when you want without damaging your walls. Command Picture Hanging Strips let you fearlessly hang pictures without nails or tools. Not just for picture frames, these wall hangers are also great for creating a gallery wall, hanging college dorm decor, wooden letters, nursery
Decorate how you want, when you want without damaging your walls. Command Picture Hanging Strips let you fearlessly hang pictures without nails or tools. Not just for picture frames, these wall hangers are also great for creating a gallery wall, hanging college dorm decor, wooden letters, nursery
Damage-free hanging holds strongly and removes cleanly. These large picture hanging strips hang up to 15 picture frames! Transform your space using command picture hanging strips. Easily hang a picture frame gallery, display craft projects, and change out artwork, with no nails and no damage.
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Make any space yours with 3M Command Picture Hanging Strips, a damage-free solution for decorating your home or office. Ideal for frames and other items 16 pounds or less, these handy strips will lock your pictures securely onto a variety of surfaces. Thanks to the innovative 3M Command adhesive