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Old 3rd Oct 2003, 22:59   #1
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Sticking things to wall without leaving marks?

IM trying to figure out how i can stick posters too my Uni room walls. I don't want any stooped answers like Use gloo i know how to do it but i don't want to leave anymarks behind when i take them down next year.
The thing is that your not allowed to stick bluetak to the walls cause it leaves marks so i was thinking how could i stick up my posters without leaving amark ont he walls when i finish.

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Old 3rd Oct 2003, 23:04   #2
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white tak?
poster pads?
masking tape?
detacked tape of other sort (just pad it on trousers)
hire a monkey to hold them up...
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Low tack masking tape?

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Old 3rd Oct 2003, 23:12   #4
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Low tack masking tape?

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white tak?
poster pads?
masking tape?
detacked tape of other sort (just pad it on trousers)
hire a monkey to hold them up...

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normal masking tape would leave a mark. lol

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scotch tape?
Frame them and lean them up against stuff.
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screw the rules, i doubt they go around every room inspecting for little marks... and if they do, then RUN!!!!11
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If you use blue tac and it leaves a mark, the simple solution to removing blu tac of the walls...

Get a bigger clump of blue tac, press it against the bit on the wall, twist, and e voila, no more blu tac on wall. This method is paint & wallpaper friendly too
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i think they mean because it can leave a sort of grease stain behind, try putting fresh bluetack on some card to a week or 2 and u'll see wot i mean, though i dont think white tac suffers from this draw back
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so what do you suggest i use then low tack masking tape? i think that sounds like the best plan
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how about holding them up and hoping they stay there
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Proper blu-tackô dosent leave marks, but the cheaper ones do.

I use a staple gun anyway, no chance of them falling down
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Proper blu-tackô dosent leave marks, but the cheaper ones do.

I use a staple gun anyway, no chance of them falling down
somehow I get the feeling that a staple gun might leave marks...
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yeah me thinks there will be little holes i'll see how masking tape does

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poster hangers and string if you have a picture rail at the top of your walls

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