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KLAPiT Magnetic Picture Hanging Strips for Damage Free Walls. Decorate Your Wall Arts, Art Galleries, Photo Frames, Paintings, Clocks, and Other Products - 2 Pair of Steel Tapes with 2 Magnets

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You can also buy a magnetic board or make a DIY one from a picture frame or steel cookie sheet to hold magnets on your fridge. We are hoping this information will help you to learn How to Hang Things on Stainless Steel Refrigerators References Hanging papers, pictures, or other things in your stainless steel refrigerator is still possible without being able to use a magnet. For lightweight objects like papers and pictures, putty is the best option. It can be removed without leaving any residue. For heavier objects, hooks, double-sided tape, or suction cups will be able to handle most of the heavier objects. In the chart below, test data is shown for some of our popular Countersunk Magnets. These ring magnets range from 3/8" to 1" in diameter, all with a countersunk hole for easy attachment with a flathead screw. It seems that a magnet loaded in this way can hold roughly half the listed Pull Force Case 1.

If you still have the desire of displaying magnets or wish to still be able to have the versatility of magnets you can use a magnet board. Fridge Boards are designed to attach to a stainless steel fridge with suction cups and will allow you to hang stuff or write directly on them.

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Magnetic picture hangers are easy to use and move around. No prep is needed for installing themsuch as drilling holes etc. Simply place the picture hanger on any steel surface and hang your framed artwork and pictures. They can be moved or relocated instantly! Choose a magnet that has a diameter about the same size as the screw head. Larger magnets won't provide any more holding strength.

Valerie from Barnet did just that and sent us these wonderful pictures of her favourite TV show memorabilia fixed to her metal home office building walls. Use screws or nails with a big head. The more steel there is for the magnet to attract to, the stronger the hold. If you are hanging something heavier you may need to use some removable hooks. Some hooks may use suction or some kind of fastening system like double-sided tape. They can hold much more weight than the putty but will not be reusable and require clean-up to remove the double-sided tape from your refrigerator when you want to remove the hook. Suction Cups If you are using an old picture frame there may already be a way to attach the stainless steel. If not you can glue the stainless steel to the frame. You can then attach the frame to your refrigerator with hooks or double-sided tape. Cookie Sheet Magnet Board Double-sided tape will also leave a residue on your fridge and be impossible to remove from the picture or artwork you are attempting to hang up. Clings for a Stainless Steel Refrigerator


We conducted a number of tests with several different nail and screw types. The results depend on the size and shape of the nail or screw. In general, we found holding strengths slightly less than the Situation B results above, though it did vary quite a bit. In this case, there is even more variation due to differences in the amount of friction between the paper and the wall. This can be a simple, effective way to hold prints that aren't too heavy. Some things to keep in mind include: If you are trying to mount a heavier object and can not use a hook, you can opt to just use the double-sided tape without the hook to attach the picture directly to your refrigerator. It does not require any additional steps but will be a permanent installation that can not be moved once attached. You can also make a magnetic board to attach to your refrigerator. The easiest way to do this is to find the size and style of frame that will work for your decor and cut a piece of sheet metal to fit inside of it.

If you are trying to hang lightweight pictures or even magnets on your fridge you can use a mounting putty. Just a small piece on each corner of the picture or drawing will hold it to your fridge without causing any damage. It can easily be removed and reused if you want to change out the artwork or remove it completely.The clings can be a bit on the pricey side but they are a good choice for lighter objects that you will want to move in the future. In most cases, using enough magnets so that the corners or edges don't flop or wave in the breeze is what decides the number of magnets required. For a simple 8" x 10" print, you might just use four small magnets at the corners. For a huge 8 foot wide poster, you'll have to space several magnets across the length of it to keep it from bowing out from the wall. It all depends on the size and sturdiness of the artwork being hung.

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