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Old 11-27-2017, 11:01 AM
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How do you all hang your discs on your 'dry wall' walls?

I've got 98 tennis racquets (ranging from 1905 to present day..see pic of a few below) hanging on the walls of my "computer room."

They're hanging by a single nail each...no, the wife wasn't too happy about it when I started but thinks it's pretty cool now.

Don't really want to put a nail for every disc so looking for other ways to hang them.

Thanks!!!

TripleB
Have you tried any Command Strips products? I use those for almost everything these days. No holes or any damage done to the walls. There's also Monkey Hooks. They're thin metal hooks that don't require a drill and you just press them into drywall. Might be on the expensive side for how many you'd need though.
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Old 11-28-2017, 02:51 PM
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Have you tried any Command Strips products?
Excellent idea!!!!

I'm going to try the "minis" first (supposed to hold up to one pound) and then if they don't work I'll go to the small. The "minis" are like $7.50 for 24 so it won't be too expensive.

I'm going to get my measurements figured out and start with my small wall first (see below).

Again, thanks for the idea....they should work perfectly and my wife will be happy that no more holes will be going into the wall!

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Old 11-28-2017, 04:04 PM
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Strips of molding with a channel cut for the discs to sit on/in.
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Old 11-28-2017, 06:45 PM
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It's a stairway going to our basement. Tournament discs, collector, and sentimental are all there, plus some kick ass art.
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