|Product Depth (in.)||.313 in||Product Height (in.)||12 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.032 in|
|Fastener Type||French Cleat||Finish Family||Brushed Nickel|
|Hardware Color Family||Nickel||Material||Metal|
|Number of Pieces||13||Package Quantity||13|
|Picture Hanger Features||Hardware Included||Product Weight (lb.)||.221875 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 designed to hang open back frames and canvas art. If the rug had some sort of mounting piece such as a wooden boarder it may work but it's too hard for us to determine if it would be the best fit for your specific needs. Most likely there are better, more specific options for your project. Thank you for your inquiry!
A: No, Mike
A: This hanger may not work for you depending on how much space you need between the wall and mirror. This hanger doesn’t leave much space for anything between the wall and whatever needs to be hanged.
A: I would say no because you need something solid to attach the cleat onto and the thin hollow core door facing will not support the weight. I would suggest using mirror adhesive if the back of the mirror is exposed. Take the door off it's hinges, lay it flat, and glue the mirror on the door.
A: It works very well and is easy to install.
A: I wouldn't advise hanging a mirror on a hollow-core door. It's not designed to support the weight. That said... the items you show, if attached along the top & bottom edges of the door (where there IS wood) will give you the best chance of not breaking the mirror and/or the door and/or the hinges. Good luck! (Maybe consider changing the door out for solidcore?)
A: Hi, and thank you for your question. We apologize we do not have the answer at this time, but we will gather the info and get back to you as soon as possible.
A: I would say that it will but with clarification. Whether you are mounting to paneling, drywall, plaster or concrete, you must use the correct anchors. A screw alone may not stay by itself in panelling, but will with an anchor. Check with someone in the hardware department for a suggested anchor for what you are mounting on.
A: Hello Charlie and thank you for your inquiry. This kit can be installed into wallboard, ply board, concrete, hollow, or grout filled block, brick and plaster.