|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.4 x 3.9 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||50607|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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OOK 50607 ReadyNail Conventional Brass Picture Hook Tidy Tin Supports Up to 20 Pounds, 30 Units Set
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|Item Dimensions||3.9 x 1.4 x 4.9 in||3.87 x 1.37 x 4.87 in||5.3 x 1 x 7.25 in||4 x 2 x 5 in||—||2.5 x 2.9 x 1.5 in|
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Ready nail, 30 piece, 20 lb maximum, conventional hook tidy tin, hands free nailing, you don't have to hold the nails on the frame while hammering them in, great for hanging artwork around your home or office, nails are re-usable & will not damage walls, ideal for drywall & plaster wall surfaces, ideal as tool box stuffers or to keep in your kitchen drawer, reusable storage tin.
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ReadyNail 20lbs Conventional Hook is the only hands free nailing system. Innovative patented product. No fussing with nails. Packaged in a re-usable storage tin!
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However that little white thing also prevents you from pounding it flat. Sometimes you need it flat depending on the frame.
Regardless this sticking out makes your picture frames stick out at an awkward slant. So now you have to get those little felt sticky things that go under furniture so you can slide it around. You have to get them in the smaller sizes and use that on the bottom 2 corners of your frames so they hang flatter to minimize the slant. (You should do this anyways to prevent scuffs from frames on your walls.)
I do like the packaging it comes in the little jar is soo great for storage fits in my desk no lose nails rolling around.
Lines that go up and down the wall will frequently be attached to the stud with staples (any electrical line running vertically will be attached) so you want to avoid just missing the stud to one side or the other. If you don't need the support of a stud, then just poking a hole in the drywall should be well short of any line that is running between studs, however, it doesn't hurt to exercise a bit of extra caution if your near the height of nearby outlets. To help, get a stud finder that also includes detection for metal wiring and pipes. They aren't fool proof, but when they do find something, they can be a life saver.
Be safe, put interesting stuff on the walls, have fun.