#1
How do you hang up your posters? I don't want to damage the wall or poster. I use tape but that damages the poster and wall a little. I use that blue sticky stuff (sticky tac or something) but that damages the wall. And I don't wanna use thumb tacs because I don't want a million little holes in the wall and it doesn't look good either.
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#2
The holes fill when you re-paint the walls anyway. S'probably the best way.
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#3
Blutac or double sided tape work well for me.
As long as you don't leave it for 10 years, blutac doesn't really damage a wall.
#4
Just wondering, are you renting a house/flat or living with your parents?

Only because quite alot of landlords don't permit you to do that for all the reasons you gave.

Blu Tac can make marks on the wall too.
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#6
Half my posters use Blu-tac, half use sellotape.
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#8
posters are for fans of stuff, **** that, i only have a poster of myself on my wall to remind me how awesome I am. You can have one too for £6
#9
Scotch tape. Gotta use a lot of it but it doesn't damage the wall.
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#10
I use little double sided sticky pads. They have a tag on them as well, so you put the sticky bit on the edge of the poster and when you want to take it off you use the loose tag. Hard to explain, but they're really good. Look in Staples or something.
#11
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Blutac or double sided tape work well for me.
As long as you don't leave it for 10 years, blutac doesn't really damage a wall.

I pulled off a poster after like 6-8 months and it wouldn't come off the wall.
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#15
Best idea is to just get a bulletin board like this:


and then use thumb tacks.
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Best idea is to just get a bulletin board like this:


and then use thumb tacks.

and what does he use to hold the board up?
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and what does he use to hold the board up?
A slightly larger board. With thumbtacks.
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#20
Best solution is the sticky Velcro things, I don't know what they are called (pick em up at a Hardware store), but they stick to the wall (with a washable substance so the crappy residue wont stay on the wall after years), and they have Velcro, one to attach the thing on the wall, and one for the back of the poster, that way you don't have any nails or tape sticking out, and you can rotate the posters every month (like I do), to give your room a new feel.
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#21
staples leave tiny holes that are filled in when you paint the walls
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#22
I just use thumb tacks
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