This summer our custodians used armorall on the walls and nothing sticks until
you use a cleaner that takes off the grease. You might have a smilar problem.
Check with the custodians.
I put things on my window with glue sticks and then later the left
over paper and glue washes off with regular window cleaner. That was
one of my best tips from the Librarian! How about that!
Eileen in Ohio
On 11/15/06, Rebecca Burch <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am not allowed to use packing tape, and I've never had good luck
> with sticky tack.
> One thing that does work for me, I learned from my son's kindergarten
> teacher right before she retired.
> On a table, place a piece of tape the width of your artwork sticky-side-up.
> Place smaller pieces of tape along the tape, sticky-side-down (but
> don't press down -- you don't want it to really adhere to the table)
> Place your artwork on top of all of this, pick up the tape, and stick
> it to the wall.
> Does that make sense? It's the only thing I've found that really
> works to hold stuff onto painted concrete blocks, other than that
> horrible double-sided tape that you can't get off the walls.
> On 11/15/06, Hillmer, Jan <HillmJan@berkeleyprep.org> wrote:
> > This has got to be really down at the bottom of the important questions
> > - till you have to hang art up in the halls.
> > I have tried sticky tack and it will not stay up. Does it get old and
> > no longer sticky? Do I have to knead it for a while? Or not at all?
> > This is to hang on painted concrete block. I also tried some of that
> > Stick and Peel stuff that someone suggested - it seems to work most of
> > the time, but if something falls once it seems like the bond is broken
> > and wont stick any more. The best luck for me is the wide packing tape,
> > but heck, at this point, I'll try anything!
> > Jan
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