How do you attach paper to a wall without damaging it?
Keeping this in view, how do you glue paper to a wall?
Roll a thin layer of Mod Podge on the wall, working in a section that is roughly equal to the width and length of the newsprint. In other words, if your newspaper is 3-by-2 feet, spread glue on the wall a few inches beyond this dimension to keep a wet edge, just as if you were painting the wall.
Additionally, what can I use to stick pictures on my wall? Like picture hanging strips, adhesive hooks and nails require clean surfaces, so wipe down the wall with a clean cloth and isopropyl alcohol, then let it dry. Adhesive hooks or nails have adhesive backings that stick to walls, so that you can mount pictures using the hanging hardware attached to the picture.
Moreover, how can I hang a poster without damaging it?
Put tape on the front of the corners (all the way to the edge) and then tape it to the wall but put the tape over your "laminated" corner. Use magnets. There are some strong magnetic poster hangers that hang posters without damaging them.
Does sticky tack ruin walls?
If the paint on your walls is too thin, it may peel off with the Blu Tack, and if the wall surface is at all porous, oils from the adhesive can seep into it. Careful cleaning can generally take care of these blue stains and leave the walls unblemished.