On-wall Projector Screen. Help please :D

Kukushka

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Good day folks,

I have been recently messing about with a shiny projector. I am using the device to display my games and movies on a blank cream coloured (brown tainted) wall. While in the evening the wall works fine as a display area, during the day I believe I would benefit from a classic projector screen to boost the quality of the image using a proper projector white surface.

This would not be a problem if I would own the flat, but due to the fact that I rent the place, I am looking for an on-wall solution that would not leave marks on the wall, or act like a floor based hazard (i.e tripod solution). I am looking for a 100" -130" size screen area.

How have people solved similar situations in rented accommodation? Are there any stick-on wall options which do not leave notable marks when removed?

http://www.stik-me.com/ looks perfect, but I am not sure where to get it and what prices to expect in UK.

Thanks folks,

Dmitry


P.s.
If pull comes to shove and I will not be able to find a decent stick-on option I plan to get:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-FPS100-43-Freestanding-Widescreen/dp/B005BE02PS/ref=sr_1_32?s=electronics-accessories&ie=UTF8&qid=1370854986&sr=1-32&keywords=projector+white
But if I can have a
 

USAFRet

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Projector screens are relatively heavy (20lbs+). I doubt you'll find a stick on product that will reliably hold that.
Depending on your DIY skills, you might be able to construct 2 vertical stands. A screw in foot on the bottom or top. This would provide a compression fit between floor and ceiling. Hang the screen from those. I did a similar thing for a bike stand. A single pole, happily holding 50lbs of bicycles.

Put these right up next to the wall, and you have pretty much zero footprint and no tripping hazard.
 

USAFRet

Illustrious
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Projector screens are relatively heavy (20lbs+). I doubt you'll find a stick on product that will reliably hold that.
Depending on your DIY skills, you might be able to construct 2 vertical stands. A screw in foot on the bottom or top. This would provide a compression fit between floor and ceiling. Hang the screen from those. I did a similar thing for a bike stand. A single pole, happily holding 50lbs of bicycles.

Put these right up next to the wall, and you have pretty much zero footprint and no tripping hazard.
 
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