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Old 09-19-2014, 09:45 PM   #1
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3m Command Bins For Wet Areas?

Hey,

I found these at Wally World today, I picked one of each type up to try. Has anyone here already tried them ? If so did they work and stay up etc ?

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Old 09-19-2014, 10:12 PM   #2
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We've got a pair of the small ones for toothpaste and brush, so far so good.
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We have the small ones and the command mirror. No problems.
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Old 09-19-2014, 11:55 PM   #4
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There is a line of Command products for wet locations.
I just haven't found a local retailer that carries the full line.
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We've got a pair of the small ones for toothpaste and brush, so far so good.
Old Bag pointed out that according to studies, the bathroom is the last place you want to keep your toothbrush, what with airborne bacteria. That, and the fact that they kept falling on the floor in travel has had us revise our storage.
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Studies have found that studies are bad for you, I stay away from them.
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Old 09-20-2014, 08:37 AM   #7
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MythBusters: Surprise Toothbrush MiniMyth : Video : Discovery Channel

And for the record no I was only planning on a place to put shampoo , soap scrub brush etc not the tooth brush. When I get the medicine cabinet designed maybe in there :}

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3M Command tape adhesive gives up around 107F, which happens with some of my customers in the Southern US, especially when a trailer in storage without cover. I use 3M RP-45 tape, good to 200F sustained, but the cost is 5 cents an inch...........
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We used the command items in our 21. So far so good. They seem to hold better than the deals that have the grip thing. Those kept falling off. Charlie is correct about the 3M-45 tape. That stuff works great. Just be sure you are ready to commit to a spot, cause it is not coming back off!

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Studies have found that studies are bad for you, I stay away from them.
Classic! Thanks for the laugh.
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