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Breakfast Box poster

Postby CampCrystalLake » Mon May 02, 2016 6:03 pm

Hi all, random question but how have people hung their Breakfast Box posters?
I was thinking nails but that will ruin it :cry:
Does anyone have any ideas?
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Re: Breakfast Box poster

Postby miss_brutality » Fri May 06, 2016 1:51 am

Duct tape? it does stay on the back though. You can always frame it :P
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Re: Breakfast Box poster

Postby MarkusHasADeadache » Fri May 06, 2016 6:34 am

miss_brutality wrote:You can always frame it :P

You'd need one big-ass frame. :lol: I've used Blu-Tack myself which isn't perfect but if you use enough of it the poster should stick to the wall. Mind you you do need a lot of it since the poster is indeed pretty big.
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Re: Breakfast Box poster

Postby CampCrystalLake » Fri May 06, 2016 9:13 pm

Thanks for the replies both! :D

miss_brutality wrote:Duct tape? it does stay on the back though. You can always frame it :P


Duct tape is a good suggestion, but I think it might do more damage than good :wink: and frame for it would be extortionate!

MarkusHasADeadache wrote:
miss_brutality wrote:You can always frame it :P

You'd need one big-ass frame. :lol: I've used Blu-Tack myself which isn't perfect but if you use enough of it the poster should stick to the wall. Mind you you do need a lot of it since the poster is indeed pretty big.


Oh yes, indeed it is - it's massive! :lol: Is blu-tac strong enough then? I was thinking about something like that, or damage-free hangers - but I'd need tons of any of it! :lol:
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Re: Breakfast Box poster

Postby MarkusHasADeadache » Fri May 06, 2016 9:21 pm

CampCrystalLake wrote:Is blu-tac strong enough then? I was thinking about something like that, or damage-free hangers - but I'd need tons of any of it! :lol:

I've used Blu-Tack and the poster has fallen off the wall once in the past few years. Just use a lot of it and stick it on as many spots on the poster as possible and it should be fine. Checking it's not coming off the wall every once in a while and pressing it tighter against the wall helps too. :wink:
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Re: Breakfast Box poster

Postby CampCrystalLake » Sat May 07, 2016 12:14 pm

MarkusHasADeadache wrote:I've used Blu-Tack and the poster has fallen off the wall once in the past few years. Just use a lot of it and stick it on as many spots on the poster as possible and it should be fine. Checking it's not coming off the wall every once in a while and pressing it tighter against the wall helps too. :wink:


Ah nice - that's a good track record for the blu-tack :wink:
I'm sure I have blu-tack here somewhere... I will get it found, get the poster flattened (it's so creased from being folded in the box :lol: ) and then give the blu-tack method a go! :lol:
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