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I didn't want to ruin my kitchen tiles and wall by drilling a giant hole through it, but I did want to hang my knife and paper/foil thing to the wall....
*magnets (I got 250 rare earth magnets on Ebay quite cheap. diameter 0.5mm/0.25 inch but you might want slightly larger ones) *superglue *stuff to pu...
I got this really beautiful kitchen knife from a friend. (we call it my Dexter knife because of its size ;) )I already had a cheap knifeblock, but th...
The paper thingie was even heavier than the knife, so I glued 4 rows of 6 magnets to it. When those are dry, put glue on the top magnets, and stick it...
Edit. Several people commented that my cat was scary.. Oh, come on ;) - My cat's not scary! Look - pure cuteness in this slightly better picture :)!...
Confirmed Nov 2009: The glue/magnets can be removed with acetone (nail polish remover) and a dull knife (to scrape remains off tile) with absolutely n...
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