|Item Weight||3.52 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 3.25 inches|
|Item model number||TPI19174|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||(80) reusable TapTacks, TapHanger Tool|
TapHanger Picture Frame Hanging Kit
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1 x 1 x 3.25 inches|
|Item Weight||0.22 Pounds|
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- Hang a picture frame in 30 seconds, remove from wall in one second
- Frames will NEVER need to be re-straightened
- No wall damage, nothing to clean up
- Hang 40 picture frames - you'll actually have fun hanging picture frames now
- For use on walls made of drywall only - not for use on plaster or concrete walls
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TapHanger is the world's fastest and easiest way to hang picture frames. You'll be able to hang picture frames on your walls in less than one minute, and the frames will never need to be straightened no matter how many doors you slam. Yet you may easily remove the picture frame from the wall in just seconds. There will be nothing to clean up, and your wall will have no damage. You can buy cheaper ways to hang picture frames, but once you hang a picture frame using TapHanger, you'll never want to do it the old way again. TapHanger comes with the special TapHanger tool and 80 special TapTacks - enough to hang 40 picture frames.
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We laid the frames out on the floor to get them arranged and took photos of the layout. Then we used masking tape on the walls to draw out the rectangular boundary. Then it was just a matter of putting the tacks on the frame and then holding the frame in place on the wall and pushing the tacks into the drywall. We also held a small spirit level on top of the frame while getting the frame aligned on the wall.
My only complaint is that the taps/hangers/nails bend and break too easily. Some of our frames (from IKEA) must have been really hard - the tacks would just bend and break. On the affected frames I ultimately ended up predrilling a tiny hole to make the hammering in uneventful. We hung about 25 frames and we ended up bending or breaking at least 15 taps. Make sure you get plenty of extra taps.
We will certainly use this for all of our framing needs from here out!
The only other thing to watch out for are frames that have heavier enamel coating on them. Most of my (cheap wood) frames were just painted wood and these worked great, but one of my frames had some kind of a hard enamel coating on the outside that the tacks weren't happy going through. The first attempt chipped away a piece of the enamel, enough to get a tack in the small hole it left behind, but the first tack broke when it made the hole and it did leave the back side of the frame a bit marred. Still worked in the end, though.