|Product Depth (in.)||0.688 in||Product Height (in.)||4.75 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.938 in|
|Fastener Type||Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook||Hardware Color Family||Brass|
|Hardware Included||Yes||Hook type||Single Headed|
|Picture Hanger Features||Hardware Included||Product Weight (lb.)||.053125 lb|
|Weight Capacity (lb.)||100|
|Manufacturer Warranty||The sale of this product is "as is" and without any express warranties. Liability, if any, is limited to the refund of purchase price only upon return of product, package and original receipt to manufacturer.|
A: Hello, This item is rated for 100 lbs. This is installed with a nail into stud, and shouldn't rip off your drywall. Please follow instructions carefully. Thank you for your inquiry.
A: Hi and thank you for your inquiry. If you want to use the max weight we recommend you put this item in a stud.
A: If single hook with nail should be fine unless dry wall in bad shape. Two hooks, the weight is distributed, i never tried 30lbs on single hook, if frame is that heavy usr 60lb bigger hook for peace of mind.
A: I nailed ALL my frames into dry wall and they are STURDY!
A: Hi Chol. The OOK 100 lb. Brass-Plated Steel Conventional Picture Hooks (2-Pack) is a great choice for hanging a framed mirror. Be sure to use a laser leveler to ensure a horizontal line between the two hooks. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanley-Self-Leveling-Wall-Line-Generator-Laser-Level-STHT77149/205764048 Be sure to place felt pads on the bottom of the mirror frame, left and right side. For best results, try to find a stud to mount the hooks into. It should be OK without the studs, but try to see if there is a stud in your mounting area. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC