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Adhering corner traps to sheetrock without mess later?
Old 28th January 2009
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Adhering corner traps to sheetrock without mess later?

Exactly as the title says - is there a way to get the darn things to adhere to sheetrock without having a mess later if they have to come off?

Thanks!
Kris
Old 28th January 2009
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Originally Posted by KrisNY ➡️
Exactly as the title says - is there a way to get the darn things to adhere to sheetrock without having a mess later if they have to come off?

Thanks!
Kris
I made mine slightly oversized on the length so they fit nice and snug and reinforced them with heavy duty Velcro. They haven't moved in over 2 years. Of course they're full length bass traps
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Originally Posted by The dman ➡️
I made mine slightly oversized on the length so they fit nice and snug and reinforced them with heavy duty Velcro. They haven't moved in over 2 years. Of course they're full length bass traps
Dunno why I didn't think of that!

I actually found some, gave it a shot - so far so good! We'll see if it holds.

Thanks a ton!

Kris
Old 29th January 2009 | Show parent
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Just remember that you can hold a furring strip to the wall with 2 or 3 drywall anchors. The holes are easy to patch later....



-tINY

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