Make handy wall hooks for use in drywall out of a metal clothes hanger and vinyl tubing
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Step 1: Materials
2ft of vinyl tubing
Step 2: Making the Cuts
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Cutting the hanger in the three areas pictured nets you 3 large hooks. adjusting cut locations will get you different sized hooks. Cut Pieces at an angle to leave a sharp point so it will penetrate the wall more easily.
Step 3: Bending Your Hooks
Bend the hooks so that you have a "J" with a 1-1/2 point as pictured.
Step 4: Finishing Up
Feed the vinyl tubing over your hooks. then bend tip of hook over to hold tubing in place.
Step 5: Hang Things
Put the spike into Sheet rock (drywall) at a 45 degree angle and hang things from it , simple as that.
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