Krystal Bates Towel Hook September 12th, 2018 - 01:46:01
It's got a hole that hides behind a couple of the hooks one in each end. That allows you to screw this into the wall, hold things in place and then you don't see where the screws are, and it's sitting nice and flush against the wall. So the first thing we'll need to do is identify where the screws are going to be going onto the wall. So for that, I'm going to take a measurement. To get this right where I want it. I'm gonna put it 9 inches off the door frame.
So it'll be sitting right about like that. I'm gonna make a mark with my pencil. To be sure my coat rack is sitting nice and even I'm gonna use the level and line this thing. Up. I made my measurement and know my hold. Is 17.5 inches apart. Okay, so using my level, I've made my other mark 17.5 inches apart, which is the distance between the two holes on this particular hanger. So if I check in the holes they should line up quite nicely.
The next trick comes getting the screws into the wall. There are a few things to consider as you go and work on putting the screws into the wall. For one. You wanna make sure there are no electrical wires that are running in the area. Be sure you're. Thinking about safety, so for that, you never know what might be on the wall, but you can get a few clues by looking down. Are there any outlets? Are there any light switches? Fixtures on the wall. Don't forget about the back side of the wall. There could be a power running through there.
One thing that you can do as well as using a stud finder. That's an important thing to check and see if there are studs where you wanna hang. Ideally like right here, you've got some wood behind the wall. Unfortunately, in the two spots that I'll be hanging this coat rack, there are not studs. Some sensor. Stud finders will also look for electrical wires and things buried in the wall. So again make sure you're safe as you do this.
Obviously, I can't be responsible for your particular situation or any accidents that occur but be sure you're using caution. In this case, we're gonna have to use some drywall anchors in order to secure this into the drywall, because the stud finder just identified that there's a stud over here, there's one in the middle and there's one over here.
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