3M CLAW Drywall Picture Hanger with Temporary Spot Marker, Holds 15 lbs, 6 Hangers, 6 Markers/Pack
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A model I have is rated at 15 lbs or 7 kg. This product has the following dimensions Size is 1 inch x 1 inch approx.
My opinion is no, the product impales the drywall, whereas plaster is much less likely to work.
Thanks for stopping by. In this listing, you will find six 3M CLAW Drywall Picture Hangers and six spot markers. I appreciate your help.
It's my pleasure to answer. If your drywall is 1/2" thick, you can use it. . This product is composed of four prongs. The length of the piece is 45 inches. We are always happy to assist you, so please feel free to call our team at 800-911-9651 Four hundred four The 3552 Monday is now here On Friday, August From 00am to 00pm To access this #24312320, use the time of 30pm CT.
Selected User Reviews For 3M CLAW Drywall Picture Hanger with Temporary Spot Marker, Holds 15 lbs, 6 Hangers, 6 Markers/Pack
As a whole, these seem like good hanging devices that meet their specifications. It is easy to install and remove them, and the holes they leave can be patched easily. It is true that they charge a premium price for their convenience of installation and easy removal, so you will have to determine if the added convenience is worth the cost to A brief summary of the installation process is provided below. are easy to install All you need to do is insert them, and they will be It is important to keep a few things I believe, however. Drywall is the only application for these. You will not be able to use these products if you have an older house with plaster and lath. You cannot use them if you have concrete walls. These won't work if your walls are made of cementboard. Anyone who hasn't read closely should get the gist of it from reading the listing, but I'm just making it clear for those who haven't. Also, if your drywall thickness is less than 0, you need to put in extra drywall. You can't hang this over a stud, especially since it is 5" thick. It wasn't clear in the listing what this part did. It sticks out by about 0 centimeters where the hooks are attached to the face. The fifth number is 5. There are blunt hooks on the hooks They will penetrate drywall, but not wood as they are not sharp enough. So if your drywall is 3/8", the hooks will go through it completely and protrude a tiny amount from the back. If there is a stud there, you will not be able to insert this completely! Having adhesive foam blocks for locating with from 3M is a good feature. Since this topic has already been covered in detail by others, I won't go into too much For now, let's suffice to say that it uses very little power and is easy to install. Despite the fact that I am unsure how much all these one-offs will cost These foam blocks are time-use only, which increases the cost of this product. Material In case you are curious like I am, engineering hardened steel is an alloy that is a form of carbon steel. The material is described as follows on the 3M website. It seems like this is most likely marketing hyperbole, but 3M has a long history of introducing technologically advanced materials and products, so I assumed maybe they're using some proprietary alloy. My XRF analyzer allowed me to investigate the metal composition to answer this question. According to a recent study, their special engineered steel is not as good as they thought. There is 304 stainless steel in the world. In other words, it seems like my initial hypothesis was There might be some special top-secret top-secret item that they use The top-secret heat source It's possible that my doubts are affecting the treatment process. Even though I am (mildly) disappointed that they do not use new space Having seen the stainless steel, I'm happy to see that they are doing away with the age alloy. When used in a moist environment, such as the bathroom, it should be very durable. The load capacity is as follows According to the product specifications, the hook I received is rated for 25 pounds. It is stated that their capacity is 0. If you read the fine print, you find this. A drywall thickness not exceeding 5" should be used in rooms with a relative humidity of less than 50% When they are exposed to humid environments, they decompose Considering the weakening of the drywall, the load should be rated at 15lbs. In testing this load rating, I used some scrap drywall I had on hand. It is thin enough that I assume the hooks will withstand more weight in a "0" than they recommend with 3/8" drywall (which is thicker). I tested 5" thick drywall but it turned out to be 8" thick. The test was also performed with an environment with a relative humidity of 40%. I have no issues installing these hooks in 3/8" drywall and they can support up to 25lbs. Due to this, I do not anticipate any problems in moving 25 pounds We use drywall that is 5" thick. Although the hook held, it barely held at 40 pounds. A tiny movement of the weight was enough to break the hook. In the case of 50 pounds of weight, the hook immediately fell out of the drywall. My video shows a picture of what the holes look like when you remove the anchor versus how the holes look when the anchor is left in place. As a result of overloading, the pulley pulls out. This shows that even when the hooks failed, the drywall did not suffer a great deal of damage. A standard drywall anchor fails when this is not the case It is your responsibility to patch up the hole in the drywall left by the contractors. A note of importance is that the hook that pulled out of the wall was undamaged and could be re-used after it loosened from the wall due to overloading.
What a great idea! The idea of hanging pictures in our home has been on my husband and my mind FOR It's not a joke. We're on year 7 right now. Having had so much fun hanging these, I've been thinking of buying an extra box to keep handy so I'm ready when we need more hangers. I was in that situation before I found these, those projects that are overwhelming and you just don't want to start because they're so daunting. And then there are those projects that are a lot of work but are usually fairly quick and generate a lot of value How do I spread the As a result, a frightening project was transformed into the instant gratification one feels after spreading Creating my wall gallery (20 frames) first took just as long as hanging them with this product. I'm so glad that I bought them. You won't be sorry you bought these if you have been avoiding hang things because of the hassle.
This method will allow heavy pictures and other objects to be hung in drywall without making big holes that are cumbersome to patch and paint in the future. In looking at these tiny hooks, I was skeptical. Although the fine print stated that they could hold 45 pounds (in 50% humidity, according to the packaging). My first thought was, you've got to be kidding when I pushed the claws into my 1/2" drywall with my finger, no hammer or tool required! In any case, they passed the test and have worked flawlessly since. The Claws installed on two heavy metal pegboards are fully loaded with hooks, and they haven't failed since I placed them a week ago. It seems very secure to me. I have tugged on it, pushed on it, tried to move it, but it won't budge. The engineer has come up with a brilliant It consists of four parts A wonderful feature of the adhesive installation guides included in our purchase was to make positioning and leveling a breeze. A few days ago I bought several packs to hang all the pictures that I wanted to hang but were afraid of making more The product is really cool.
The shelf I wanted to hang has been on my to-do list for a while now. When I bought it years ago, I did not think about how it would be hung. The light weighs about 12 pounds, so it would have had to be mounted into studs, but that is not something that can be put just anywhere, of course. This little set of things sparked my interest and I thought it was worth trying. Because I wasn't sure what I may place on the shelf in the future, I purchased the 25 lb hooks out of an abundance of caution. It should give me enough lifting capacity to handle up to 50 lbs with 2 hooks. Initially I was skeptic, but they work great! Thank you so much for your kind words. The company definitely deserves my recommendation.
There is something about these that is so appealing to me The process of installing them is not only straightforward, but the included marker simplifies it and makes it a no-fail process. It was difficult for me to push them into the drywall I had to use a hammer to start them, but beyond that, everything else worked great. The process is straightforward. There is a secret weapon that I believe Making the tedious task of documenting easy is the most important benefit of using it. The next time I buy this, I'll order.
I am an apartment dweller who has severe anaphylaxis the sticky hooks could not hold up my backpack and rescue kit. kit did the job, and the directions are simple, and the installation takes only minutes.
My bathroom is equipped with a pocket door enclosed by a wall. A while ago, I hung framed art on the wall with 2 command hooks that should have been able to hold 50 pounds Unfortunately, pressure from the humidity in the room caused the hooks to lose their grip on the wall, taking the artwork along. I couldn't use traditional picture hangers because the pocket door prevented me from using ordinary picture hangers. This product works perfectly and does not cause damage to the wall in any way. There is no problem with the pocket door functioning because it doesn't protrude so far into the wall. With good success, I've since used another one for a mirror that is very heavy. All in all I am very satisfied with this product and will definitely be purchasing it.