I know for only a dollar, the products provided by the Dollar Tree aren't gonna be of very high quality. But wow, I never expected it to damage my home!. I purchased a 4-pack of self-sticking picture hooks. I brought them home, read the back of the pack (which by the way says exactly: 'Use to hang small pictures, plaques, gadgets, utensils, etc. No tools or messy glue are needed to apply these easy to use hooks. Be sure mounting surface is free of grease, dust & wax. Avoid hanging objects over TV sets, stereos, beds, sofas, or any expensive furniture.') So, indirectly, they warn you that items can fall off and harm someone or something, but they NEVER gave any kind of warning that the product could mess up surfaces. I placed 2 of them on my wall to hang 2 pictures for my daughter (which is what they are for!!!). I realized they were crooked so i tried to remove them to straighten them out. I peeled slowly and carefully, but they still took off layers of paint and wall. I put a little bit of oil on the second one to help get it off without ruining yet another piece of wall. Unfortunately, the this time was worse than the first piece. I have always been careful not to put holes in my walls or anything like that, and now I have 2 holes (both 2" x 2") in one of my walls. On top of that, it is IMPOSSIBLE to reach anyone in the company. you can call the 757 number listed above and get peoples voicemails who never call back, or they give you a scond number to call which tells you you can't leave a voicemail, says 'Thank You' and hangs up on you. On the website, if you click the 'Contact Us' link, it gives you the option to leave your name and a question or comment, but no one responds, no matter how many you leave... Trust me though, I will not give up! Someone with authority in that company will hear about this!
princeton, West Virginia