If you were an interior designer (or interior architect) and needed to use a wall-mounted laser level that had to be used quickly, what type of connection would you want between the wall and the device?
1. suction cups (which work best on non-porous surfaces)
2. nails or nailers (which penetrate the walls)
If your choice was adhesives, what type of adhesive goes on easy and comes off easy multiple times?
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Adhesives and connections
I'd try "Glue Dot". I often use their Low-Tack 1/2" dots for holding drawings on a wall. But I don't know if I'd trust it with an expensive level. I know they make a "High Shear" dot, but I've never used it. Might be tough to get back off without wall finish damage.
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