BEING able to hang things in your home without causing destruction to your property is easier than you might think.
One of the biggest concerns homeowners and renters have with decor is the need to drill holes in the wall. Here’s how to avoid that problem.
A TikToker by the name of @lucys_hillside_house posted a helpful video for more than 50,400 followers to check out.
According to her bio on TikTok, she helps people with “interior DIY budget home renovations.”
She also mentions that she‘s “not a pro,” but her awesome DIY hacks might make you think otherwise!
Lucy starts off her video by talking about wanting to hang hooks in her bathroom without drilling holes into her new tile wall.
She suggests using Command Adhesive Strips to avoid drilling permanent holes anywhere.
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You can’t fully see the edges of the adhesive strips sticking out along the edges of her wooden hook plank unless you’re really striving to pay attention to such a small detail.
Lucy further reveals that she’s successfully used the adhesive strips to hang her wooden hook plank for nearly eight months without any problems.
Someone in Lucy’s comment section posted a message of worry on her video after seeing her use the adhesive strips directly on a tiled wall.
Hulle het geskryf: “They are really awesome but they do in fact say on the packet not to use on wallpaper, ceramic tiles, or any shiny area.”
Lucy shut down their concerns by responding: “Definitely not on wallpaper as it would just pull the wallpaper from the wall. But their website says glass, tiles, metal, wood, plaster, etc work.”
Another grateful user posted: “Good to know as we have porcelain tiles which took the bathroom fitter AGES to drill through. Thanks.”
In the future, they won’t have to struggle using a drill for a long period of time over their porcelain tiles.
Per Lucy’s suggestion, they’ll simply be able to use adhesive strips to hang whatever needs to be hung moving forward.