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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by margaret278 Very Strong, Great For Indoors
Wanted to hang up Holiday lights in my house, couldn't find hooks anywhere online! Maybe I wasn't searching for the right product name? Anyway...I found these hooks and they're great. They're sturdy, super easy to press-on (not like a lot of other products that you have to hold on with the force of a thousand Hulks for 2 minutes just to stick the dang thing on the wall/door. Just peel and press, and you're done!
I have a total of 2 Holiday light strings (100 lights on each) hanging on 8 hooks (and I'm sure they would hold up with less hooks, I just had extra and figured I'd use them.
One thing that isn't mentioned which is super awesome, is that the actual hook part swivels away from the white part that adheres to the wall. No slipping or falling off of the hook! If the string (or whatever you're hanging) has its weight being pulled kind of straight out instead of down, as you would normally use a hook, it adjusts itself. Awesome product! Would (and WILL) buy again!
November 5, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JnnS I love these!
I love these hooks! I use them for everything around my home. I hang up picture frames, garlands, door wreaths, Kitchen supplies, broom/mop and everything else imaginable! I have never had a problem with these hooks sticking to the wall. In fact, all are still sticking solidly after 2 years.
I have had problems with them coming off cleanly. 3 out of the 100 times I've used them, the adhesive strip snapped where I was pulling and I had to either rip the rest off, or it broke away from the wall before it was stretched all the way and ripped up some paint. It is a rare thing though.
I buy these whenever I can, I'm always hanging stuff up!
January 10, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by R32er Infinite Uses
I have found so many ways to use these wire hooks it amazes me. They can be used for nearly anything, including a pleated shade that no longer stays up by it's self. I stuck a hook, upside down, onto the window frame and just hook the pull cord on to keep the shade open. This is a temporary fix until we can replace the shade. They also make great hangers for christmas stockings, pot holders, etc. We also use them for hanging calendars so changing the page is easy and we don't have to make holes in the walls.
November 18, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mindless06795 Hang in there...
Great little hooks. I use these in our Travel Trailer camper to hang things on the walls, like hats, broom, etc. They work great, stick well and are easy to apply and remove without causing any damage. I would recommend to anyone looking to hand lightweight items.
March 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HKM1 Great Value
I use these to hang clipboards & the occasional small three ring binder. I have not had any trouble with them & they remove from the wall with ease & no damage.
November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LANMANNH Quick, easy installation - ready to use in minutes!
We used these hooks to hang U.S. flag buntings, below the windows, outside our home.
They helped to give a patriotic look for Memorial Day and Flag Day. They will be used again for Independence Dad and Labor Day.
Installation instructions were clearly written, and our home shows our love of country.
June 28, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by dahdj Not that great
put 18 up to put garland/lights up around the room and 4 of them just would not stay up with the weight. I even cleaned the wall per the instructions.
I'm going to try and clean the walls a 3rd time and hope they stay up for the rest of the month.
i'm sure these would be great for something lighter then the max .5 lbs
December 13, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PropertyOperations Great for Hanging Decorations
I purchased these last year to hang Christmas decorations in our entry ways. They worked perfectly and were still there this year to use for the same purpose. I added some more this year and would recommend them for hanging anything. They were not even noticed on mirrored areas over the year while they were empty!
December 7, 2011