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Command Clothes Hanger, Large, White, 1-Hanger, 2-Strips, Organize Damage-Free 1 Hook Clothes Hanger

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INCLUDES- 1 white hook, 2 large strips; 1 hook holds 7.5 lbs
DAMAGE-FREE HANGING- Say goodbye to holes, marks, or sticky residue on your walls, doors or closets; Command Clothes Hangers by 3M are easy to use and help keep your walls looking beautiful
NO TOOLS REQUIRED- Hang coats where you want without nails or a hammer
STRONG AND VERSATILE- Command Hooks hold strongly on a variety of indoor surfaces including painted walls, finished wood, glass, tile, metal, and other smooth surfaces
REMOVES CLEANLY- Redecorate when inspiration strikes; These wall hooks leave no sticky adhesive behind; Perfect to use in the laundry room, bedroom and closet for extra storage

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The Command Clothes Hanger is sized for up to 3 plastic hangers or 7 metal hangers and up to 7.5 pounds, so it can handle even your heavy coats! Put Command Clothes Hangers in the laundry room, bedroom and closet for extra storage. Forget about nails, screws and tacks, Command Products are fast and easy to hang! Use the revolutionary Command Adhesive, to hold strongly on a variety of surfaces, including paint, wood, tile and more. Removes cleanly no holes, marks, sticky residue or stains. Rehanging items is as easy as applying a Command Refill Strip, so you can take down, move and reuse items again and again!

Specification: Command Clothes Hanger, Large, White, 1-Hanger, 2-Strips, Organize Damage-Free 1 Hook Clothes Hanger

Weight 1.44 lbs
Dimensions 2.5 × 1.65 × 5 in

12 reviews for Command Clothes Hanger, Large, White, 1-Hanger, 2-Strips, Organize Damage-Free 1 Hook Clothes Hanger

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  1. Never Too Old To Learn

    I am using these wonderful Command hooks on my Oxo Good Grips POP Containers, so that I can easily pull my containers out of the refrigerator. I can also hold them by the Command hook. I never have rubbing alcohol on hand, so I just rub the surface with a clean towel before sticking on. The Command hooks are easy to remove if you want to reposition. Just watch carefully so that the hook doesn’t smack your finger when you pull out the sticky tape. Love these.Read more

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  2. Oregonians

    I’m a big fan of command products; I think they’re brilliant. I know some folks have had bad luck with these ruining their walls, but I’ve only had good experiences. I use this big guy to store my step ladder in the pantry. They’re simple to apply and even easier to remove. Shipping was super fast and the add-on price was sweet.Read more

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  3. Isabella

    The Command strips are truly amazing! They’ve changed my life. I use them for everything. The info says this hook will support 7 pounds. We’ve used them for so many things, including hanging our backpacks, plastic grocery bags, and purses on the wall rather than on the floor. Even when bags are full, this jumbo hook supports the weight easily. I’ve hung my backpack with a full water bottle, laptop, and wallet on it and never had an issue. I’ve never had one leave a mark on my walls or remove paint, but on a door with a very dark wood finish/stain, they did take off a bit off the finish when removed. This didn’t surprise me, because the finish was coming off on cleaning rags and stuff when I was dusting and cleaning. But still, use caution with dark wood surfaces. The smaller hooks are great for hanging washcloths, dishcloths and towels (rather than throwing them over the edge of the faucet or sink, or hanging off the oven handle… which is what we did before). Make sure you follow the directions. The surface should be clean and dry. They recommend that you clean it with alcohol first, which can strip off some of the paint or finish, so be careful and gentle when you do that. The first time I did it, I really rubbed with the alcohol, which removed some of the paint from my wall.Read more

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  4. Sagsma

    Needed this as our apartment bathroom laundry and kitchen doesn’t have hooks. Can’t drill holes. The one in the shower holding medium caddy fell off immediately. However, I have used Two to hang drying rack and ironing table each inside the washer dryer closet in the bathroom. Two each for a three step folded ladder and a grocery cart. It’s been 6 months and they are still holding up!!! Very happy.Read more

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  5. Ronald Epstein

    Have to tell you the truth….I never really put faith in any of these Command products. How could you trust putting heavy, valuable items on a hook that is not screwed into the wall, but rather supported by adhesive? I needed to create a hook to hang my bathrobe on my closet door. I really didn’t want to resort to drilling and putting a screw in the door. I took the chance and ordered one of these Jumbo Command Hooks. It was really cheap and became an add-on item to the rest of my order. Installation was super easy. You basically prep the area you want to stick the hook to with rubbing alcohol. The instructions do advise you not to use any other household cleaning products to do that. Next, you remove the red adhesive on the back of the stickers and place them on the hook. Then remove the black stickers and place the hook on your desired location. Of course, there’s a few seconds and minutes of pressing into place for all procedures that are involved. You also need to allow the hook to rest in place for about an hour before hanging anything on it. My bathrobe weights 5lbs. This hook is rated for 7.5 lbs. I am now going on day two of having this hook support my robe and it’s doing an admirable job. What I really like about this hook is if I no longer need it, it easily removes without any adhesive residue — at least, that is what the manufacturer is claiming. This product does come with an extra set of adhesives in case you make a mistake and need to start over. Count me in as someone who is very impressed with this product. It really does seem strong enough to support its advertised weight capacity. Additionally, I am just really happy I was able to put a hook on my closet door without having to drill. Highly recommended!Read more

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  6. FamofFive

    I have used other command products to hang my children’s choir charts and they have all failed. They are made of wood are are pretty heavy. So far they have passed the test. I also purchased extra to hang out book bags. I’ll update this review if they fail.Read more

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  7. AlliumByTheLake

    I use these 17004 (rated for 7.5 lbs) hooks a lot. I use them hidden in closets to hang bags, ironing boards, cords. If they’re visible, I paint them so they don’t look so utilitarian. I have several of these hooks painted classic bronze to match the ORB hardware in my bathroom. I have a couple that are painted chrome to match the 7″-blade chrome fan that’s hanging on them. The classic bronze-painted hooks are on my bathroom travertine walls. They serve as towel hooks. The adhesive hasn’t failed yet (going on 6 years now). What usually fails is the plastic itself – i.e., the “hook” part breaks off after a few years. That’s probably from people tugging down their towels. The hooks can hold 7.5 lbs but not when people keep tugging down on their towels. I have one hook (actually, the wall back part only, not the outside hook part) holding up a 21″ x 21″ wall frame that’s ~5 lbs. The frame has a horizontal length of braided wire at the back that you’re supposed to hang on a nail/hook. I didn’t want to drill a hole in my travertine tiles so I just used the wall/back part of this 17004 hook to hang the frame.Read more

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  8. Vegan

    Versatile. Am using more of these than the smaller ones because it provides mental peace – if something important does not fall down, for a small incremental price. Smaller ones are fine though for smaller purpose. I have used these for hanging 10-ft long curtains using curtain rods bought locally for cheap prices. (Have AmazonBasics 12-ft rods which look nice but they don’t fit in these hooks and need drilling). The 12 ft long rods tend to bend in the middle and to prevent that at least one (I use 2) hooks will be needed for heavier curtains. Price varies from Rs 179 to 199 in general.Read more

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  9. Katie

    these are fantastic and do the job superbly. I’ve got loads of different sizes of these all over the house. I love them.Read more

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  10. M4rkle

    I needed a large, sturdy hook to hang my motorcycle jacket on, on the inside of my storage cupboard but didn’t want to drill a hole. I’ve used 3M Command Hooks loads in the past so it was a no-brainer to get one for this purpose. Yes, 3M Command Hooks are more on the expensive size but they work really well. Make sure the surface you’re mounting it to is clean and dry and you shouldn’t have any issues. And, yes. That is another Command Hook (different style) below my motorcycle jacket holding up the clothes horse. Told you I like them!Read more

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  11. Simon

    We have an old step ladder that lived in the garage but was handy to have upstairs to reach high storage spaces such as our airing cupboard. We had the idea to store the ladder on the inside of the airing cupboard door so it was always handy and came across this hook when searching for possible solutions. It is easy to fit (ensure you follow the instructions properly) and so far seems sturdy. Time will tell how long it lasts but no real harm will come from it falling off when the door is closed. It does come with a spare set of adhesive strips though if it ever fails or needs to be repositioned. Overall I’m very happy, for the sake of a few quid I’m kicking myself for not thinking of it years ago!Read more

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  12. Jurassic

    I’m a longstanding user of Command hooks – but not ones that take this weight. I bought several more meaty ones in preparation for a convalescent period when everything would need to be in easy reach. I didn’t want things crashing to the floor if anyone overloaded a ‘standard’ size hook. I hadn’t thought it through and they are BIG. In the end I put up this one for an outdoor warm heavy jacket, and intended doing the others when required. In fact I sent the one like this and two other similar ones back unused. If I hadn’t already sorted out my storage under stairs, in utility, airing cupboard etc. I would have kept for heavy stuff, but I didn’t feel I wanted to keep them ‘just in case’, and didn’t have immediate use for them.Read more

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