"Greg Guarino" wrote in message
Anyway, I have no experience finding studs in that kind of
construction. The walls are too rigid for me to just sound them out
with my fist. I don't own a stud finder, but I might buy one if it's
of any use in that kind of wall. I'm not eager to drill a series of
holes that I'll need to repair, and then match the paint.
If you want to go looking for studs, here's the stud finder you want to use.
Makes a tiny hole, less than 1/32 in diameter, that you can fill with a
little smear of toothpaste, or just leave if it's in an inconspicuous place.
Never needs batteries :-)