MonkeyHook® is the ideal drywall picture hanger hardware. It installs by hand in seconds and can hold up to 50lbs.
Standard Monkey Hooks hold up to 35lbs in drywall. Hillman™ Gorilla Hooks are designed for heavy duty hanging. These picture mirror hangers will hang up to 50lbs. Simply use hook to puncture wall, twist down so hook is facing out, and push hook into wall.
Able to hold 50lbs per hook, these guys can be doubled and even tripled for heavy loads such as mirrors. The upside of this is that Monkey Hooks are super handy and work really well in drywall.
This is the big daddy of the hooks, claiming to hold the most weight — 50 pounds. The weight pulled the hook down half an inch. All in all, these hooks seemed to work great for hanging pictures and lighter decor. The ease of use makes it simple enough for anyone, and no tools are necessary— a plus.
Monkey Hooks and Gorilla Hooks are an easy way to hang shelving, pictures, and other wall art using pocket holes in the back of the frame.
The weight bearing ability of this product is up to 50lbs per hook, designed for use on all Residential or Commercial-Grade Drywall. To hang something extremely large or heavy like a 10lb. mirror would simply require 2 hooks.
Normally you can just grab the bit that sticks out from the wall and wiggle it back and forth until it comes loose. Once in a while, if I'm not able to get a good grip on it, I'll use a pair of needle-nosed pliers to loosen it.
Hanging hooks and wall anchors offer good hanging solutions for light or medium weight pictures. A rail system however, is the best way to hang heavy pictures of any weight capacity.
You simply push and twist the device to insert it into the wall. Due to its thin gauge, wall damage is minimal with only a small hole left behind should you ever decide to remove it. Monkey Hooks are capable of supporting up to 35 pounds.
Monkey Hooks are ideal for hanging larger, heavier items with little to no hassle or mess! Just because you're a renter, don't be afraid to put items up on your walls!
Use these drywall hooks, also known as monkey hooks, to hold decor up to 20 pounds (9 kilos). Drywall hooks can be used in sections of the wall where there is no stud. You will need to pre-drill a small hole in your plaster to insert the drywall hook.
The Hercules Hook overpowers the pipsqueak hollow-wall fasteners found elsewhere. It "has the muscle" to install in drywall with no tools and will hold up to 150 pounds—"just push, set and hang." The "reinforced steel design" penetrates drywall and braces itself to the reverse side of the wall using a J-shaped leg.
Ignore the Weight Restrictions
The large strips can handle a 24-inch to 36-inch object that weighs up to 16 pounds. The smaller hanging strips can only handle up to 4 pounds.
Install a properly-rated drywall anchor rated to hold the weight of your picture or artwork. Use a correctly-installed wire-hanging kit to hang your artwork. Hang the picture/artwork so that the wire hangs across both the stud fastener and the drywall fastener.
Picture-Frame Hangers and Nails
Large versions installed with an angled nail can support up to 20 lbs. For heavier loads (25 pounds to 50 pounds), use a flat-mounted hook and an anchor. Best for: Picture frames (up to 20 pounds) on drywall and plaster.
How much weight can drywall hold without a stud? Typically around 20 pounds. For heavy items, you may need to double up or hang from a stud. With a cheap plastic wall anchor, like the ones most products include in the box, drywall can hold about 20 pounds.
No. They will hold something that only applies downward force, such as a picture. Drapery generally experience lateral forces as they are opened and closed, and would most likely shift. A good rule of thumb is to only use monkey hooks for something that could hang off of a hook.
Start by removing the adhesive strip from its packaging, stick it to the wall and rub it for 30 seconds until its securely in place. Next, attach the hook to the adhesive strip that's already on the wall. It's important to wait one hour before you hang your wreath on it to give the adhesive time to work.
Hercules Hook and Monkey Hook are two brands of wire hangers that can pierce stucco.
Hillman Monkey Hooks are a great way to hang your mirrors and pictures efficiently and securely. Simply use hook to puncture wall, twist down so hook is facing out, and push hook into wall. No pilot hole necessary. Hang pictures and mirrors in seconds. Designed for heavy duty hanging.
Dowels and Sticky Hooks
And the beauty of using a sticky hook instead of drilling holes in the wall is that if you decide the curtains look too low or too high, you can move the rod and hooks without any damage.