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Hey dude I use this poster putty. I put it on the bottom of feet and stands and it doesn’t damage anything. And prevents stressful re set up.
Duck Brand Reusable and Removable Poster Putty for Mounting, 2 oz, White (1436912) [link]
I started using this mounting putty, just a little dot of it holds them in place but they can easily be taken off and put back multiple times and still be sticky, and they don’t leave residue.
I got so sick of the domino effect of one slight bump taking out hundreds.
Try poster putty, also known as sticky-tack.
Roll a thin cylinder, about 1 inch long. Apply it all around the USB connector where it enters the phone. Press it in with your fingers.
This helps secure the connection, dampens vibration, leaves little or no residue, and can be re-used.
Costs $2.72 at Amazon or available at most 'dollar' stores in the school supply section.
nice..but for those not wanting a permanent solution, maybe go with putty instead.
I would get a slightly bigger piece for stability. Stick it to the bottom of the desk with poster putty
I'm not sure how far you're willing to go, but one of my favorite solutions is poster putty. It seems silly, but this stuff sticks to just about anything. I used it to mount my sensor bar on top of my LCD TV. The best part is that if I don't like/want it anymore, it comes off cleanly.
This seems needless complex.
Why not skip the thumbtacks? You can just as easily trim the tape around the magnet and apply it directly to the measured points on the wall.
Or better yet, poster putty or something similar. It's cheaper, faster, and from my experience, non-damaging.
Your first link above doesn't work (as of this posting).
But anyway, maybe this stuff will work.
So, I second a right angle bracket. The best I've found is by ProMediaGear. They stand above smallrig and RRS. Attaching them and adjusting is quick and easy. Once it's connected, you can use tape to secure it to bracket. The Stekk Lock does look cool, but I would be afraid of them damaging the ports that are used to anchor. They also wouldn't prevent the cable from being pulled out unless you use it in addition to a tetherlock. Also, NO ONE should be paying such prices for a tetherlock. I bought 5 of these and have one in each set of tethers I own.
The DIY solution is to use a tetherlock and reusable putty around the port. This is a tried and true method, quick to remove and fairly solid. It ain't pretty, but it works.
I have a few of these and have used these for years. Don't remember how I found them....
They have screw/nail holes in the back, but I use wall putty to attach them to my walls. Sorta like these: [link]
I'm sorry you had that experience.
This is the poster putty I use:
I looked on Walmart.com and I see that the brand I usually get is only sold in bulk by third parties. The Loctite you mentioned (blue stuff) does work the same, but it's a little harder to conceal (if it sticks out from underneath a foot for example, it's a bit more conspicuous). Walmart.com has Elmer and Scotch brand white colored putty though with free delivery:
Hi. Sticky you say? I don’t exactly know what substance this is but i came across this while looking for something to clean my iphone speakers.
Here’s a similar product that i got from Amazon
Recently, i used this product to remove some pop-socket sticky residue. I suppose fight sticky with sticky?
No Its different. But here I found it on amazon for two bucks.
I use sticky tack, like the kind used to hang up posters in classrooms.
Not sure about other people
Edit: inline links don’t seem to be working so here:
Use putty to pull that junk out. I use this for my AirPods. [link]
maybe poster putty?
or check this thread
Use some poster putty