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ALFTA Adhesive hook for frame, white

ALFTA Adhesive hook for frame, white

Price SR 29/2 pack
Price incl. VAT
Price/pack SR14.50

How to get it

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.


Andreas Fredriksson

  • Comprises: 2 hooks and 4 self-adhesive strips.

    Holds up to 2 kg.

    Use 2 self-adhesive strips for each hook.

    Sticks to wallpaper (except vinyl or textile wallpaper) and painted drywall: acrylic and polyvinyl acetate dispersion (matt finish).

    Different wall materials have different strengths. The wall surface can be damaged if the product is removed improperly or if the wallpaper/wall paint has weaker adhesion than the tape.

    Not suitable for non-stick surfaces like silicon and stain-resistant paints.

    Cannot be used on RIBBA frames.

  • Material
    Polystyrene plastic
    Polyethylene foam

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.


Max. load/hook: 2 kg

Package quantity: 2 pack

Width: 4.5 cm

Height: 8 cm

  • ALFTAArticle number503.828.41

    Width: 12 cm

    Height: 2 cm

    Length: 14 cm

    Weight: 0.04 kg

    Package(s): 1


Limited capacity causes issuesDouglasCarrying capacity (per the packaging) means they need to be doubled-up of the larger frames sold by IKEA... Not very convenient really when these frames come with hanging systems not compatible with multiple hooks.2

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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.