In my home studio, I use little neodymium magnets hot glued to the back
of my foam panels. One for each top corner of each panel. And then a
bit flashing metal glued to the wall under each corner for them to stick
to. It's a bit time consuming for a large space, but has the benefit of
being easily replaceable and not leaving a Liquid Nails disaster on the
wall. I created this setup because tropical heat and humidity plus
frequent power outages make interchangeable panels a must. (For
instance, I've been without power for 48 days now since Hurricane María.)
On 11/3/2017 12:51 PM, Don Prentice wrote:
We contacted www.atsacoustics.com <http://www.atsacoustics.com> about
how to install their panels but they only suggested using plywood
behind them. Our studio walls are painted cinder block walls and have
tried MANY things, even like liquid nails.
Nothing holds them for more than a day or two. They are 15” x 36” so
there is some weight to hold to the wall.
Any tube or paste or ideas you have tried would be GREAT to help us.
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