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Old 12-31-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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Quick, easy shelf

Needing a small shelf to put my phone, glasses, etc. on I picked up the 3M Command Hook shelf. At 21" in length it was too long for the bed side of the kitchen wall so I cut a section off to fit then had another piece I could put on my wife's side of the bed. Quick and easy.

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Old 12-31-2018, 12:58 PM   #2
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Another "no holes" solution.
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Old 09-11-2019, 11:50 PM   #3
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Did you put the small shelf in the final wall?
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On the final wall.
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Old 09-12-2019, 08:01 AM   #5
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On the final wall.
Not sure I understand the question but if you mean the "vinyl" wall then yes. As noted this shelf system is a 3M Command type with easily removable tabs to hang the shelves.

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so the vinyl wall covering can support a shelf ?


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so the vinyl wall covering can support a shelf ?
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🤔 think that would depend on what’s on the shelf. Probably not a good place to store one dumbbells 😂
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This is a very light weight shelf so the weight of a phone and/or glasses is perfect. So far it has held up well.

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This is a very lightweight shelf so the weight of a phone and/or glasses is perfect. So far it has held up well.

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This site may help: https://www.commandbrand.com.au/3M/e...weight-limits/
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We have a small 3M command caddy sticking to the vinyl wall by the front dinette, and it starts to unstick during the drive.. but if you stick it back on the vinyl it will stay for the rest of the time and hold stuff just fine... we also have several medium sized caddy sticking to various wood panels inside the trailer, some felt off during drive and some don't... they seemed to be random... they all hold stuff fine while the trailer is stationary tho..
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