Self Adhesive Razor Hook for Shower, Cabinadd Stainless Steel Double Prong Hook Self Adhesive Wall Hook Hanger for Keys, Kitchen Utensils

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Quick Details

  • Material:Stainless Steel
  • Material type:metal
  • Amount of hook:single coat hooks
  • Fixed mode:Self Adhesive
  • Surface:brushed nickel
  • gross weight:100.00 g

Item details

Durable & Sturdy: strong adhesive stainless steel hook, can firmly stick to the surface without dropping off, ensures long time use.
Waterproof & Anti-rust: made of 304 stainless steel, can be used in kitchen, bathroom, shower room or wherever you need it.
Easy installation & Convenient to use: no tools, drills required, just peel and stick, no damage or stain on furniture and wall
Multi-purpose: perfect wall hooks for holding razor, plugs, keys, coats, towels, robes, kitchen utensils or other household items.

Top review

BobMarch 19, 2021
Hooks are a bit small to hold more than one piece of clothing each (not a huge deal). Material is thick enough to where it doesn't fit over some of the doors (a bigger deal).
John HigginsMarch 04, 2021
Something small to hang stuff on. Just what I needed
lVlAXXFebruary 17, 2021
Does what i needed them to do
joannFebruary 02, 2021
I am really happy with the look of the hooks. Haven’t actually hung anything on them yet but expect them to be good quality.
Only issue and the reason I didn’t give 5 stars is that the screws provided are very cheap. The head of the screw broke off every one we attempted to use. We even drilled pilot holes but with the same result. Had to go buys new screws.
SebastianJanuary 18, 2021
Nice sleek design and is very sturdy I recommend
janiceJanuary 03, 2021
they are very well made and easy to apply the test of time will be the real deal
AylaDecember 19, 2020
They work great over my stove. Exposed to lots of moister and grease and they hold up nicely. Will oder them again.
Colorado HikerDecember 04, 2020
The hooks were bent, the top rail looked like it had been bent, then someone tried to bend it back and it is all bent out of shape. What were they thinking? I guess I'll buy locally as the shipper will probably just send me another bent one.
Stasia PNovember 19, 2020
I love these hooks! I first bought the large ones, and I use them for hanging my hat and scarf in my bedroom, my daughters laplander hat and small tote, and another on the side of a bookcase in my kitchen to hang my apron (and a large bag of scented pinecones, now that it's fall). Two are on lightly textured walls, and one is a smooth, laminated surface. They have been holding up for nearly a year. I purchased a set of smaller hooks at Lowe's to string a set decorative lights across a room for my daughter's birthday. (They were just a regular double strand set of Christmas soft whites, to give you an idea of weight.) Two hooks are on opposite walls, one hook I actually stuck in the middle to the ceiling (same texture and material as the walls). We liked the pretty lights in that room so much, we just left it there. That was over a month ago. The lights have burned out (because that's about the lifespan of Christmas lights!) and replaced it with a new set. The hooks haven't budged. They are holding as strong as ever. I couldn't be more pleased. In each case, when placing the large hooks or the smaller hooks, I've changed my mind about position and moved them around. No problems at all there, very easy.

I don't know if I have any advice for those having problems, because the problem is often too vague. If the paint is peeling, that sounds like a problem with the paint job more than the hooks (I worked in the paint business for years, there are so many simple ways that paint can fail, especially for walls without prime or proper prep. Not a day went by that a homeowner presented a problem that was caused by exactly that, it's VERY common). Were instructions followed properly? There is a right and wrong side to go on the wall, and again, from the paint biz, I know all too much about tack (you wanna know why there are so many types of painter's tape? TACK! These hooks operate similarly), and jackets and sweaters can weight a surprising amount more than you think they do. But even if everything was perfect and they still failed, I guess it just sucks. Foo. I was so excited about these silly hooks I told just about everyone. I'm a big decorator, especially come Christmas time, so finding a way to avoid tack holes and nail holes is just about my favourite thing.
Candace GohsNovember 04, 2020
Like many other reviews, I bought these to use as hooks on a mug rack - and they look amazing!

However, the screws that are provided with the hooks are not the most durable. Out of the 12 hooks I attached the heads broke off 6 screws leaving metal in the wood and I had to move where I placed the hook.

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