When I used it for a year on the outdoor south side, it was weak in ultraviolet rays and the flexibility which was originally weak was gone, and I pulled a little hose and it took a load and it broke as "Bakki!" Without stickiness. I think that it is a prerequisite product to use outdoors, so this may be bad. Again, it would be better for metal objects to be used for these applications.
I want a hose hanger on an excellent product wall which is very good, flexibility and width, the degree of curvature of J, whatever they are, though I thought of a wire hanger, but when I caught on clothes or caught squatting when I got caught I thought it was a bit scary so I decided to do it. The result is a great right answer The only regret is that it is shaped only to be caught in a faucet and shaped like an inconvenient hole to attach to a wall. I applied a thin wooden plate from the top and hit the slightly swollen part in the middle with a nail, but I think that it would be best if there was a nail hole if possible if possible