Skip to comments.WHY, HELL YEAH: 7 Stylish Ways to Decorate with Duct Tape
Posted on 04/13/2014 11:07:27 PM PDT by kingattax
Looking to spice up a room with a limited budget? Reach for the duct tape.
Yes, you read that correctly.
The popular resource can be used for more than quick repairs. See how 7 bloggers turned duct tape into on-trend decor in their homes, and find out how you can do the same.
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If it moves, but shouldn’t, use duct tape.
If it doesn’t move, but should, use WD-40.
If it ain’t gray, it ain’t duct tape.
Somehow I ended up with some white “duct tape”. Doesn’t stick worth a duck.
I’m such a sucker for a good Duct tape thread.
The Red green Show.. if you want to know what to do with duct tape.. http://www.redgreen.com/
I use a gooseneck metal cane for balance and to get up from a squatting position. The cane wrapped in Cammo duck tape :>}
Spare the tape spoil the job.
One heck of a funny show and no race card was used.
Uhh, don’t ever put duct tape on most finished surfaces and leabe it for any time at all.
The adhesive will adhere to the finish, and when you finally pull the tape off the finish will come with it, usually unevenly. Getting the finish back to an even appearance is always difficult, and sometimes very nearly impossible.
That’s precisely why they make masking tape that doesn’t adhere to finishes.
The Trifecta of Home Repair and Field Expediency.
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