Uses For Command Hooks


DIY Kitchen Tablet Holder

Mount A Tablet On A Cabinet Door For Convenient Access

Mounting a tablet on the inside of the cabinet door is very easy, cheap, and should take less than 5 minutes.

  • Remove the protective layer from red side from Command strips and pressing the exposed adhesive against the backside of the hook. Do this for all three hooks.
  • Choose the cabinet door that seems the most appropriate and hold the tablet up to the inside of the cabinet door to determine the best position for the tablet. You want to place the hooks where they or the tablet won’t obstruct closing the cabinet door.
  • Place two of the command hooks on the bottom edge of the tablet, remove the protective layer from the adhesive on the backside of the hooks, and gently place them where you want the tablet to hang. Straighten or adjust the command hooks, then press firmly to secure them in place.
  • Center the tablet on the two bottom hooks, place the remaining hook in the center of the top edge of the tablet, and remove the last piece of protective paper from the adhesive strip. Gently press the tablet into the cabinet door, remove the tablet, straighten the hook if necessary and press it into place.

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Now when you’re ready to cook, simply slide the tablet into the command hooks. This mount keeps the tablet off the counter, safe from spills or accidental knocks, and near eye level — perfect for following a recipe, streaming some music or listening to your latest audiobook.

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