We recently moved. In my old house I had some big plastic clothespins hanging on the wall that I used to hold the odd socks. You know, the ones that have mysteriously lost their mates. The way my washer and dryer are set up, I don’t really have a wall close by, but I do have these big garage-type cabinets. I had been keeping the odd socks in a basket, which is a real pain when you have to keep pulling them all out each time you go through the laundry. (Just ignore the hole in that sock there, I really do buy my kids new socks!)
So I finally pulled out the plastic clothespins I keep in my craft room and looked for the wall mounting putty I had used in the other house. Turns out I was completely out of the putty, but then I remembered this Gorilla Tape that I hadn’t put to use yet. Gorilla tape is like a duct tape, but stronger. Now I caution you, you might not want to use this on a wall that you are concerned about the finish. It’s pretty sticky stuff!
I’m not overly concerned about these cabinets, so I rolled up small strips of Gorilla Tape and placed them on the full length of the back of the clothespins. Works like a dream! They’ve been hanging there for almost a week without any problems. Gotta love simple solutions!
Speaking of simple solutions, I love how Cassie straightened out her shower organizer using Gorilla Tape too!