Command Picture Hanging Strips 28-Count Only $12.99 on Amazon (Reg. $23)

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Ditch the hammer and nails! Use 3M Command strips for a damage-free solution!

A person affixing a Command Strip to the back of a picture frame

This Amazon deal won’t leave you hanging! 

Head over to Amazon where you can score this Command Medium and Large Picture Hanging Strips 28-Count for just $12.99 (regularly $22.99)! Plus, Prime members get free shipping!

These Command Strips can be used to hang pictures, home decor, and more! They can hold up to a pound and can be removed cleanly when you’re done using them. These are especially helpful in places where you want to avoid using nails or screws like rentals or RVs.

3M Command Strips

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I rent and don’t want to damage the walls of my house, so I use command strips for all of my hanging decor and even my wooden spice rack with glass spice bottles. I used two command strips on each side and it holds the rack securely to the wall so I don’t have to worry about it coming down. These strips are so easy to use and never leave a mark on the wall. Perfect price, perfect product.

We’ve used these all over the house. Mounting things to walls and under desks. They work great.

We’ve got 20+ pictures of various sizes around the house hung with these. They’re great for damage-free hanging and easy to rearrange if you’re changing up decor. The one drawback I’ve found is that you can see them from the side, though the gap is less than 1/4” and I doubt most would notice it.

How to use 3M Command strips.

These handy strips can be used in SO MANY WAYS!  Just check out some of these neat ideas:

Use Command strip hooks for tool-free hanging.

Command 7-Count Medium Wire Hooks Value Pack with 12 Strips

If you aren’t hanging anything too heavy, use Command hooks! You won’t have to hammer a nail into your wall and make a permanent hole. From hanging small plants to jewelry to car keys, the ideas are endless!

Hang lightweight drapes with a 3M Command strip curtain rod.

A Command Strip Curtain Rod holder

Putting up new curtains is a breeze when you use special Command strips for curtains. These hooks won’t hold up super heavy curtains but if your drapes are 5 lbs. or less, give this DIY idea a try!

“I had serious doubts about this holding up my heavy drapes, to my surprise it did! It’s been several months now and still going strong, these are game-changers! Super easy, just stick and done!”

Place collectibles on a Command strip shelf.

A star wars collectible on a DIY floating shelf

Nobody will guess these floating shelves are held up with Command strips!

Use heavy-duty Command strips for picture hanging and posters.

Artwork installed with heavy duty command strips used for picture hanging

Avoid putting nails in the wall with Command picture hanging strips. Depending on which kind you buy, they can hang up to 16 lbs. or 20 lbs. You can also use Command poster strips for hanging lightweight art.

Hip Sidekick Madison attaches them to magnets so she can hang her artwork on the fridge.

How to attach fridge magnets to artwork

Do you rent? If you’re looking for a damage-free decorating solution, use this tip from Hip2Save’s Madison. She uses Command strips to attach magnets to her artwork. Then, she hangs it on the fridge to enjoy!

She also recommends attaching Velcro-like Command strips to your remote control.

Hand attaching a remote control to a wall using velcro command strips
Credit: Real and Quirky

Never lose your remote control again! Madison suggests using Velcro-style Command strips to attach your remote control to the underside of your coffee table or anywhere else you can easily access it.

Hip2Save readers love to use Command products to keep their cords organized and out of sight.

a cord that is neatly organized and bundled using a Command strip cord bundler

When we asked Hip2Save readers their favorite uses for 3M Command strips, many were using them to keep their cords under control. If you would like to do the same, Command makes both bundlers and clips to help you keep your cords organized and out of the way.

Hang your Christmas lights or lightweight decorations using outdoor 3M Command strips.

Christmas lights hung with outdoor command clips

Yes, Command strips work outside too! Use the outdoor strips or outdoor clips to affix Christmas lights or other decorative lighting to the outside of your home. You can also use water-resistant Command hooks to hang lightweight décor and garland.

Note that 3M Command products were primarily made for smooth surfaces. They will stick well to vinyl siding, windows, doors, wood, gutters, trim, and even painted cinder blocks. Unfortunately, there are no special Command strips for brick and other rough surfaces.

Hip2Save readers have all sorts of clever ideas for how to use these strips.

A movie projector screen that a reader hung from a fence using command strips
Credit: Nickole, Hip2Save reader

We asked Hip2Save readers how they like to use 3M Command strips. Not only are readers using these products for the ideas listed above, but they also submitted a ton of other clever ideas that we had never even thought to try! Here are just a few of the ways readers use them:

  • To hang party decorations
  • To display seasonal wreaths and garland
  • Placed on each side of trash cans to keep the bag secure
  • In the bathroom or shower to hang towels, wash rags, and razors
  • To hang an American flag on a parent’s gravestone
  • To secure lights to their bookshelves
  • In closets to hang hats, shoe organizers, and tote bags
  • To display large kitchen utensils
  • On the back of a bathroom door to hang a bathrobe
  • To hang an outdoor projector screen
  • In the pantry as a chip clip and holder
  • And more! Read the whole list on our Facebook page!

How to remove Command strips.

How to remove Command strips
Credit: Command

Command’s website has instructions on how to apply and safely remove all of their various products. This includes their strips, caddies, clips, hooks, and ledges.

Whichever type of Command product you are removing, never pull away from the wall. Always pull straight down gently to release the strip. If you’re removing a hook, hold the hook in place with one hand and pull down gently with the other. You can also use dental floss to gently loosen a stubborn hook or strip from the wall. See Command’s website for detailed instructions and video tutorials.

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About the writer:

Kelli is a content writer with a degree in English Education from Penn State University. As a mom and a former middle school English teacher, she has spent the last 25 years looking for good deals for her home and the classroom.

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Comments 2

  1. Barb

    Anyone knows how this price compares to Costco

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Barb! When I logged into my Costco account, I’m only seeing a 50-count, medium size box of the picture hanging strips for $47.99. It looks like it may also be online only. This seems like a great buy considering that price, and saving a trip to the store. ❤️

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