I use the stikki-clips for student work and they are perfect.
By tbear from , GA
Not what I had hoped for...
I bought these to use on my cinder block style walls. I have been unsuccessful at getting the clips to work as advertised. Sadly, I bought several boxes of them and now see I won't be able to use them based on their performance. br> Really Good Stuff Response: We're sorry you had a bad experience with this product. We have, in the past tested the Stikki Clips on cinder block with positive results. However, as always,
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By from , TN
A very old friend
I've used Stikki Clips for at least 20 years in the classroom. In addition to displaying student work and keeping track of important papers, my favorite use for them is when hanging laminated posters. I punch a hole in each corner of the poster, thread the clip through and stick them up on the wall. This way I know they're going to stay there. My classroom walls are painted cinderblock, and there are no "approved" kinds of tape that actually stick to the walls without framing the article fully with the tape. Wasteful, time consuming, and it wreaks havoc with my OCD. The only thing that stops me giving the product five stars is that I know they do pull paint off the wall when they've been up a long time. Is that a big deal? Not really, since posters can be placed over the gacked spots, or the room will be repainted in a few years anyway. The initial sets I bought in the 1990s have been used and reused infinite times. When too much wax sticks to the wall, I just redistribute wax from other hooks to make sure they stay up. I haven't needed to buy more clips until this year; I'd say that was a lot of use for the money originally spent.
By Sra. J from , IL
This product claims to be hold onto different papers and posters but that was not my experience. I tried using these clips to hold my sound spelling cards to my walls but the clips couldn't hold onto the cards. They couldn't even hold onto a single sheet of paper without it falling to the floor. . And the waxy spot it left on the walls wasn't easy to remove. I do not recommend this clip!
By from , CA
Exactly what I needed
I was looking for a way to display cards for presentations. These are wonderful and worked great. I can also update y with new items and continue to use the same display board without any damage.