Model # 17047-ES

Internet #202563322

Store SKU #752600

Command 5 lb. Metal Sticky Nail Sawtooth Picture Hanger


5 lb. Metal Sticky Nail Sawtooth Picture Hanger

$428 /each
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Product Overview

Command Picture Hangers, Hooks and Clips make decorating quick and easy. Command Sawtooth Sticky Nail Hangers and Command Sawtooth Picture Hangers are designed for sawtooth, D-ring and keyhole hanging frames, while Command Wire-Backed Sticky Nail Hangers and Command Wire-Backed Picture Hanging Hooks are perfect for wire-suspended frames. For unframed photos and artwork, use Command Picture Clips.

  • Damage-free hanging
  • Weight capacity: 5 lbs.
  • Size: large
  • Color: white
  • Package contents: 1 hanger, 2 large strips, 2 sets of mini strips
  • No nail holes
  • Holds strongly and removes cleanly
  • Works on a variety of surfaces

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Warranty / Certifications

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have been told that I need 3M Sawtooth Hangers Item # 17047ALT, but I can't find it anywhere on the internet. Please advise

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi Jubilee, as you heard from The Home Depot response, you've found the right product! The number/letter combinations behind the product make no difference. These typically refer to color or quantity for that specific package. As long as the package says Sawtooth Picture Hanger or the catalog number is 17047 you do have the correct product. Thanks!
Answered by: CommandBrand
Date published: 2015-09-17

I would like to hang a plexiglass flat picture that cannot be drilled into. It needs to be hung Angeling down so that

Light can shine through the back. I am not sure what the best method is to use to hang this tilted down. I think perhaps it may look good if I use a wire however I can't drill d rings into the back of the lucite. What is the BEST command item that I can run a wire through it and will act as a way to keep the artwork with the top 3 inches away from the wall totally tilted at an angle down (total weight is about 10 pounds)? Is there a better way I can achieve this tilt on hanging my artwork?
Asked by: DRay
Our picture hanging hooks are to be used 1 hook per item and none of them is able to hold up a 10 lb picture. Our picture hanging strips in size medium can hold up to a 12 lb picture and large strips can hold up to a 16 lb picture when 4 sets of strips are used but they will be seen if the lucite is clear. If you'd like to discuss this with our team please reach out to 1.800.934.7355 M-F 8am-5pm CT. Thank you!
Answered by: 3M Social Engagement
Date published: 2017-01-10
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Customer Reviews

5 lb. Metal Sticky Nail Sawtooth Picture Hanger is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 97.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well I used the Universal Picture Hanger, followed the directions & the canvas print was hanging nicely. Now, I did use the two sets of mini strips (stabilizing strips). So, how would I remove them if necessary? The instructions only show how to remove the main strip/hook. Thanks.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from be careful when reading instructions! We bought these today to hang an awkward panoramic print. Initially thrilled to find these hangers...until we read the directions. The photo and colors didn't match so I came to the site to get some clarification. After reading the reviews, it's no wonder that many reviewers are saying that they don't work. The directions on the package and directions online are completely different (see photos). Am assuming the online directions are correct as they make more sense?! Neither one explains the smaller strips included or correctly lists the color for them. Considering the cost of the product and the piece you're hanging, using questionable directions is risky. Have loved other Command products but can't recommend this one.
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, perfect with improvements I use these sticky nails to hang the two calendars in my house. The diameter of the nail is perfect for calendars and I don't have to poke any holes in the wall! However, I wonder if it would be possible to make the nail head screwable? One calendar I have has metal eyelets that I have to take out each month in order to fit over the nail head. The other calendar I also have to rip in order to fit it over the nail head. I would have also liked to use this product to hang my metal spice rack but once again the nail head was too large to fit. If the nail head was somehow able to screw off and then I could put It back on I would be using this product much more.
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Removal failure I used 2 of these to hang a small shelf. They held up okay for 10 months. However, when I attempted to remove them, per instructions pulling straight down on the adhesive tab, the the tab broke off behind the hanger on both of them. Had to pull them off the wall, along with the paint.
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed, ruined frame+scratched walls I came home from work today to a broken picture frame and scratched wall after the Command Universal Picture Hanger peeled off from my wall. I framed painting was well under the suggested 5-pound limit for this product. The picture had been hanging for 6 months without issue until today. I followed all product instructions. I'm very disappointed and unimpressed with this product. It failed.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Who writes your instructions? I was hanging a 4lb picture with the Sawtooth Nail Hanger. The instructions are totally wrong. The colors on the instructions do not match the products. This made me vary wary of using the hanger, so I returned it. I suggest you have a professional write your instructions.
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love how they hang lightweight photos and art. I have had boot camp graduation pictures of our three boys on the wall for over a year. No problems with them. I had them up when we were in Florida (i.e.; humidity), for even longer. Again, no problems. The only thing I do differently than your instructions say is that I wait 24 hours before hanging my pictures. Now I have a dilemma. I have a very large and very heavy picture to hang. The only reason I didn't give this product 5 stars is that I can not, based on your own information on the website, safely hang this picture with your product. I gotta do holes. . .but, I will be using the stabilizing strips (the large kind that are used for hanging art as they add support as well).
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ruined Wall We purchased 5 of these to hang pictures in the house. One particular picture we hung fell off within the first 5 days of it being hung, and the frame broke. I replaced it and hung it back up. We decided to move the picture, and when I pulled the tab to remove the hook, a large chunk of not only paint but the first coat of drywall came with it. So now we have an uneven surface to hide/fix since we don't want a picture in that spot. I was shocked, and disappointed. I am hoping it doesn't happen to the other 4 pictures we hung in a another room of the house.
Date published: 2014-03-24
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