ALFTAAdhesive hook for frameArticle Number503.828.41
Width: 4 ¾ "
Height: ¾ "
Length: 5 ½ "
Weight: 1 oz
It's not a fun buildlakishaIt's not a fun build at all...3
Cost to much. It saidSANDYCost to much. It said 99cents. I paid $4.99 or around that.5
ALFTASharonThis product has multiple uses. They are easy to apply and the price is right.5
Provides an easy way toJOSEPHProvides an easy way to hang wall Art without damaging your walls.5
Became unstuck and frame fellGRACE L.After prepping the surface and sticking the hook on the wall as directed, the hook came apart and the frame on it fell and broke. This only happened to one of the hooks (the other 3 I put up so far have stayed on with the same kind of frame and on the same wall but I will probably remove them and use something more secure). Was a real hassle because the frame that broke was part of a set and they would give me a refund or exchange (not even a partial) without the whole set but I already put most of the set up. A huge, collosal waste of time.1
Good valueELAINEGood value5
Works great with ikea frameKyokoWorks great with ikea frame5
Hung Fiskbo FramesTammy16 different pictures with these5
Good stuffCAROLGood stuff5
Good product but doesn't work with Ikea photo frameJOU Y.It's good product but doesn't work well with IKEA normal photo frame.
Need to attach string to make it work.
Hope hook is longer so just use the photo frame as it is.2
Great stuff!MatthewThe Alfta does what it's supposed to do: hang stuff from a wall. Really useful with the Fiskbo frames.5
Definitely different from other adhesiveAmandaDefinitely different from other adhesive strips, but gets the job done! Saves me a trip!4
Extremely easy to install, seemAlexanderExtremely easy to install, seem to work just as well if not better than the 3m version. Also have several reference notches that make it extremely easy to line several up for multiple frames.5
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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.