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Old 20-10-2017, 09:18 PM   #1
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Acoustic Panels, Glue and Walls

Hello

Thinking about getting some acoustic panels, but Im wondering how this glue that comes with them work. Is it really safe to put it straight on the wall? How does this work? I dont want to make marks on my wall when I need to remove the panels.

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Re: Acoustic Panels, Glue and Walls

The glue will take the surface off of drywall, most definitely.

My solution was to affix the foam to lightweight masonite (? maybe thats not what its called) panels and hang those like picture frames.

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Re: Acoustic Panels, Glue and Walls

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The glue will take the surface off of drywall, most definitely.

My solution was to affix the foam to lightweight masonite (? maybe thats not what its called) panels and hang those like picture frames.
i used thosde sticky tiles you get from hardwhere stalls they work really well dont mess your walls up and stick to the foam nicely to
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i used thosde sticky tiles you get from hardwhere stalls they work really well dont mess your walls up and stick to the foam nicely to
Can you tell me what tiles you used? Maybe link me a picture?
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Re: Acoustic Panels, Glue and Walls

Command Strips worked for me. Or that Scotch brand wall tape. Of course like chase said you gotta use lightweight materials. Masonite, thin rockwool etc. Just make frames and cover it with thin cloth you'd find at a place like Joann's or fekkin Hobby Lobby in the cloth dept.

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