A: If it's 50lb you need to balance the weight you need at least two hooks. One won't work.
A: The Mirror Hanging Kit (87-Pack) Hangers are not all rated for 50 lbs., they range from 20 lbs. to 50 lbs. for the wall.
A: The gold hooks with the two nails. Depending if your mirror already has brackets at the top align. If it not supper heavy then you can use the flat with the two holes and string the wire through on the back of mirror and hang the wire like on the hooks. If it is really heavy you probably want to get anchors for the screws Won't come out from the wall especially if you have dry walls. To be safe with drywall you should use anchors. Hope this helps.
A: I double it back and twist it back on itself. I just make sure to leave plenty for the twist so that it doesn’t come loose.
A: A proper wire cutter can be used to cut the wire in the Everbilt Mirror Hanging Kit (87-Pack).
A: This kit can be used for a mirror hanging project up to 50 lbs.
A: For the small drywall anchor you will need a 1/4 inch pilot hole.
|Name||Mirror Hanging Kit (87-Pack)||Sawtooth Value Frame Hanging Pack (70-Pack)||10 lb. Steel Pro Picture Hangers (35-Pack)||200 lbs. French Cleat Picture Hanger with Wall Dog Mounting Screws (1-Pack)|
|Fastener Type||Picture/Mirror Hanging Kit||Sawtooth Hanger||Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook||French Cleat|
|Weight Capacity (lb.)||50||0 lb||10||200|
|Picture Hanger Features||Washable/Reusable||Hardware Included, Value Pack||Hardware Included||Hardware Included|
|THD SO SKU||285742|
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