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Old 05-01-2020, 01:10 AM   #1
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A solution for those cold walls

Not sure if there are other solutions out there but one thing we hated was touching those cold walls in the middle of the night/cold mornings. Definitely enough chill to wake you up. So i found these. Theyíre adhesive velvet pads, really thin and lightweight, they stick right into the wall and REALLY take the chill off the walls. For being as thin as they are, youíd be surprised at how well the work for this purpose. We lined the bed wall with them and barely even notice them during the day. Worth a look.Click image for larger version

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I am curious to see how well they adhere once the weather warms up and those walls get hot. Im betting they're not going to stay put.
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I am curious to see how well they adhere once the weather warms up and those walls get hot. Im betting they're not going to stay put.


Itís been in 100+ weather quite a few times and zero issues, actually. Itís been pretty hot here in CA and just got back from Vegas a few weeks ago.
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Itís been in 100+ weather quite a few times and zero issues, actually. Itís been pretty hot here in CA and just got back from Vegas a few weeks ago.
Good to hear! Sounds like they may have actually used a decent adhesive (word to the wise: LED lighting strips do NOT!)
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I was going to suggest 15th century tapestries.

But your pads are much more practical.
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It's kinda like we're putting the mouse fur covering backup on the walls in selected places.
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Good to hear! Sounds like they may have actually used a decent adhesive (word to the wise: LED lighting strips do NOT!)


Haha yeah. Itís pretty good. Not even the corners have popped up in the slightest. Very happy with them.
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It's kinda like we're putting the mouse fur covering backup on the walls in selected places.


Lol yeah. Luckily, the pillows kinda hide the velvet most of the day. Even without, they kinda blend into the setting and arenít an eye sore to look at.
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I was going to suggest 15th century tapestries.

But your pads are much more practical.


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