Command Hooks, Medium, 3 lb. Capacity, White (6 Hooks & 12 Adhesive Strips)
About this item
- Easy to apply
- Can be used on most indoor surfaces
- Organize your items
- Declutter your kitchen
- 3M wall hooks are simple to remove
Damaging your wall or using tools to hang items sounds like a burden. You shouldn't need to risk tearing paint or hurting yourself just to hang pictures or organize items. With the Command™ Hooks, Medium, 3 lb. Capacity, White, you can organize your items effortlessly.
What Are Some Uses for the Command Hooks?
With the Command Hooks, you can get creative in your uses without having to worry about doing damage or dealing with a difficult removal process. If you'd like to have better organization in your kitchen, these 3M wall hooks can be placed to hold a variety of utensils and items. On a place near your stove or sink, you can apply the Command Hooks to hold cutting boards, spatulas, mixing tools, cooking gloves and more. You can even use them to hang dry erase boards that contain important messages or recipes on the side of your fridge.
Which Type of Surfaces Can I Use the 3M Command Hooks On?
These Command picture hangers can be used for more than hanging pictures and on more surfaces than painted drywall. With adhesive strips that do zero damage and the lack of tools, you can place the 3M wall hooks on various surfaces. This includes glass, metal, common bathroom tile and varnished wood, in addition to painted drywall. Most walls are suitable for Command 3M picture hanging strips unless they have wallpaper.
Is It Easy to Remove the 3M Command Hooks?
No need to risk hurting yourself during the removal process or harm the details of your wall. Unlike other types of hooks that leave their marks on the wall, these 3M wall hooks don't leave a trace and are easy to remove. First, place both hands on the hook and slide the hook up to find the adhesive strip. Then, with little force, pull the adhesive strip down. Without any effort, you'll notice the wall hook loosen and fall easily. Be sure to keep your other hand on the hook to catch it from falling onto the ground.