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Poster on brick wall?

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Physics is Phun
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Jun30-07, 10:49 AM
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so I have a brick wall in my room I wanna put a poster on. it's the regular small house brick, a chimney to be exact. I've used sticky tack and tape. both hold for a bit and let go after a couple weeks.
what would you use?
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so I have a brick wall in my room I wanna put a poster on. it's the regular small house brick, a chimney to be exact. I've used sticky tack and tape. both hold for a bit and let go after a couple weeks.
what would you use?
Would you be able to put some clear sealant over the brick at the spots where you would attach the poster? I would suggest brushing the brick first to remove any grit or dust. Once you have a non-porous surface, the sticky tack should hold.
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Jun30-07, 11:14 AM
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You can also drill holes into the bricks and install concrete or drywall anchors. Mount a solid board of some sort using those, and stick your poster to the board.

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Jun30-07, 11:18 AM
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Poster on brick wall?

pva glue should work but it may damage the poster when you come to take it down.
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Jun30-07, 11:26 AM
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Sand the area down under the poster so that it is nice and smooth.
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Jun30-07, 12:33 PM
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Bricks suck up moisture, thats why the tape is getting lose.
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Jun30-07, 02:21 PM
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Bricks suck up moisture, thats why the tape is getting lose.
Yeah, always keep your tape good and wet.
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Jun30-07, 02:23 PM
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Yeah, always keep your tape good and wet.
More than a few 'ban-worthy' responses to that come to mind...
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Jun30-07, 03:21 PM
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Have you tried any of the adhesive puttys that are out there? I think 3M makes the stuff I have seen before.


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