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    Learn an inexpensive way to organize your pots and pans if you have limited cupboard space

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    great idea....wish I had a blank wall

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    I know that most apartments I have lived in won't allow you to put nails or screws in the wall. Do you think the product from 3M (the name has left my brain at the moment) would work? I know they come in many varities.

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    command hooks? possibly... I cant say I've lived in a place where weren't allowed to use nails or screws.

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    great idea. I have a blank wall wonder if it would work for it. I hate clutter

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    I also have the same problem, renting, no large holes in walls, I think the Command hooks would work, I tried the large hooks to use for a curtain rod hangers, and so far they are working, of course the curtains that I have a fairly light, being white on a light colored wall, you hardly see the hooks. They have been up for 6 months and have not fallen yet. I am going to try it for the kitchen next.

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    Command hooks may work, but please read the directions. My package says to wait one hour after attaching to wall before hanging things from them. I have tried hanging earlier, but heavier objects will fall. My lighter pans work, but I have not tried the heavier ones yet. I don't think I trust hanging the cast iron ones.......I will wait until I have my peg board unpacked.

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    I love this idea. I hung up my pots and pans plus some cooking utensils and cutting boards that had gold in them already.

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    I really like this idea, but not sure on how the 3m will work with cast iron cookware.

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    Command hooks work beautifully, and the packages will tell you how many pounds each hook will hold.  You can fill those holes with white toothpaste if the walls are white

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    A clever idea. I think I will try the Command hooks. Just have to figure out how much my pans weigh! Thanks for sharing

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    I put my pots and pans on the wall just above my stove and it puts some color in the kitchen. Thanks for the idea.

 

 

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