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Old 13-05-2020, 17:49   #16
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Re: Art.

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In case the piece cannot be screwed down for any reason, four small pads of 3M heavy duty velcro (hook-on-hook also named dual-lock) tape can be used to fit the frame to the surface.


We used something like this:
https://kk.org/cooltools/files/2005/...00-936x936.jpg


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b.
+1 on using duallock to preserve your walls and it is rock solid for paintings. We have used it for 12+ years with no failures on wood or fiberglass. It does not do as well on the vinyl used for headliners and some walls in Bayliners.
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Old 13-05-2020, 19:40   #17
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+1 on using duallock to preserve your walls and it is rock solid for paintings. We have used it for 12+ years with no failures on wood or fiberglass. It does not do as well on the vinyl used for headliners and some walls in Bayliners.


Dual lock is a bear to remove if needed. 3m Command Strips are a viable alternative that are removable without leaving a trace.
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Old 14-05-2020, 06:07   #18
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Dual lock is a bear to remove if needed. 3m Command Strips are a viable alternative that are removable without leaving a trace.
Interesting, I have used command strips elsewhere but not on the boat. I will try those. I haven't had difficulty removing the DualLock though it does take a bit of patience and some GooGone to remove without a trace.
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Old 10-09-2020, 01:09   #19
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I've always been drawing & I love art . A lot of people around me encouraged me saying "you're so good!". I like all sorts of art styles but I prefer drawing free style becomes it gives me the freedom to draw whatever I have inspiration for. I want to get an air easel (go to this site to know what I mean).
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