How to Hang Pictures up to 125 Pounds

It never fails — just when you’re ready to hang a lightweight picture or print, there’s always a stud right where you need to put the nail.

Of course, small pictures are one thing, but when you’re ready to hang a heavy mirror or a clock, the studs are nowhere near where you need them! Now, this is scary because you don’t want that mirror to come crashing down on someone.

So, you do what we’ve all done: wrestle with wall anchors and toggle bolts. And those aren’t for the faint of heart! Many do-it-yourselfers see them as a last resort. Or they don’t even bother with them and just choose a different location for the heavy mirror or wall decor.

But not anymore.

The High and Mighty Picture Hanger lets you hang heavy-duty items — pictures, artwork, mirrors or clocks, for example — without the need for tools or any other hardware. This solid steel hanger keeps it simple: providing everything you need to hang your heavy item.

Best of all? It’s designed to minimize wall damage while providing a solid mounting point for wall hangings of up to 125 pounds.

And installing it couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is place it in position, push it into the drywall by hand and hang your picture or mirror without any hassle.

The tool-free cleat works great with wire hangers, so it’s the ideal solution for most heavier wall hangings.

Watch the video to learn all about this Best New Product!

Find the High & Mighty 16 in. Cleat Tool Free Picture Hanger at The Home Depot

Further Reading: Hanging Pictures and Home Decor


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