02:45PM | 11/20/04
Member Since: 11/19/04
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I'm spending my 1st Christmas in our new home. Problem: The house has a stucco exterior, tile roof, and absolutely no eaves. How am I suppose to hang Christmas Lights? I don't want to drill into the stucco or do anything permanent that will end up looking odd after all the lights are down. Does anyone know of any products or have any solutions?


06:18PM | 12/13/04
Member Since: 12/12/04
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We have the same problem. We hot glued plastic light hooks to the metal flashing sticking out from under the tile shingles. In some areas where there was no exposed flashing, we found some gutter light hooks that slide onto the tiles and we were able to wedge them in place. Probably not a good solution for long term but seems to work for the few weeks before Christmas. Hope this helps.


04:28PM | 12/02/14
I used hot glue gun. The lights stay in place well and the glue is not to hard to get off after Christmas.
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