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ALFTA Adhesive hook for frame, white

ALFTA Adhesive hook for frame, white

Price £ 3.50/2 pack

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With ALFTA self-adhesive hook you can easily hang lightweight frames without nails or screws and quickly decorate your walls with pictures.

Article Number503.828.41

Product details

This hook is adhesive, so you avoid needing to drill holes in the wall in order to hang pictures.

Designer

Andreas Fredriksson

Weight & measurements

Max. load/hook: 2 kg

Package quantity: 2 pack

Width: 4.5 cm

Height: 8 cm

Reviews

wow they work! Verified Reviewerwhen Ikea recommend them for a product you buy, use them! They are so easy to use and no more wall destroying needed! 5
They holds wellVerified ReviewerThey holds well5
Just use screwsVerified ReviewerAt first, these seemed like a great idea, the idea of being able to hang up things and then move it or remove it without marking the walls. In reality this was not the case. I bought a few of these for christmas to hang up ornaments, lights etc. Upon removal of these adhesives it has peeled the paint off and some of the material under it (the plasterboard type material) leaving awful marks on my wall. Id honestly rather have screws left in my wall or small holes because these marks are horrendous and small holes would be much easier to cover. I will never be buying these again and honestly would advise others to the same. I did complain but was only offered a £5 e-voucher which is really going to fix my wall, pay for the filler and pay for the paint (if im able to get the right colour). Disgusted. 1
Does not stick at allVerified ReviewerI bought these along side a variety of Ikea frames and none of them will stay. Some fell straight away and others fell after a few minutes. None of my frames and pictures weigh more than 2kg, so they should work in theory. Very disappointed, especially as I bought 3 packs to hang 6 pictures. The tape needs to be much stronger, you can hear them peeling off the wall even after applying pressure to them for longer than 15 seconds. 1
Super easy to use!!Verified ReviewerThis is so easy to use. Definitely better than the leading brands you get in super markets or diy stores. I also love the fact you can reuse the plastic hook but you need to purchase more sticky tape from ikea. I’ve hung my pictures early July and it is now mid October and the pictures are still up!!👍🏻5
Super usefulVerified ReviewerReally easy to use and great for hanging frames or other things with smaller hooks Nothing falling down so far5
No need to make holes in your wallVerified ReviewerGreat product. Especially good for people who are renting who are not allowed to make holes in walls.5
Bought to hang my Ribba Frames on - what a waste of money that was!Verified ReviewerAssumed, wrongly as it turned out, that as there were no suitable hangers for the Ribba Frames, that these would work ... So exactly HOW do you hang a Ribba frame when you have solid concrete walls that you cannot drill into?1
Go elsewhereVerified ReviewerDon't waste your money. Fell off very quickly, whereas the more recognised brand is still holding strong on the same wall.1
Stress free picture hangingVerified ReviewerSo easy, no damage to walls.5
excellentVerified Reviewerexcellent5
Not as good as commandVerified ReviewerPictures fell off the wall command strips much better3
FabulousVerified ReviewerNo mess & easy to install5
RubbishVerified ReviewerThese nailed hooks were on sale right next to the frames I wanted to buy. Unfortunately they don’t work as the fame is like a box and the hook is on the inside1

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Function solution

Create a nice wall of art without holes or marks

With ALFTA self-adhesive hook you can easily hang lightweight frames without nails or screws and quickly decorate your walls with pictures. If you want to rearrange your art, you can also remove the hook without it leaving any marks.