I never had an acoustic treatment in the studio till now. Since it was my first experience, I was wondering how to attach bass traps to the walls in non-destructive way, i.e. so I could easily remove it and put back anytime.
I googled a lot, someone suggested to use glue directly on the wall, someone — two-sided scotch, another ones — wooden carcass. Carcass is good idea actually, but requires some handmade skills, while first ones are just not serious.
My wife, graphic designer by profession, is very smart: she proposed to use liquid nails to attach mounts to the panels, and then put it on the dowel to the wall. And it’s worked great!
Important note: glue require some time to make it works. I’ve left panels for a night.
Now just put it on, that’s it!
Here is my result:
I’m not saying it’s the best way to install panels, but it’s easy, it’s non-destructive (both to panels and walls), and it’s works! I hope someone find it useful. Good luck!