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A hassle-free way to hang objects on rough and solid surfaces indoors and outside.
Click through the tabs above this step-by-step video to see how quick and easy it is to get your projects – and your possessions – off the ground.
These tough little triangles are perfect for mounting all sorts of things on rough surfaces like brickwork, tiles, glass, plastics, metal, wood, stone and concrete. And the best bit is you don’t need any tools – everything you need for installation is in the pack.
Grease, dirt and grit can affect the sticking power of the Adhesive Screw, so take a moment to get your surface as clean as possible. Take a brush and give rough surfaces like brickwork a scrub.
Peel back the protective foil to expose the adhesive rims of the screws. Select a smooth and even spot in the freshly scrubbed area where you want to mount them, and lightly stick the screws to the surface.
Take the red key supplied and use the tip to pierce the nozzle, and then slide it over the other end of the tube.
Poke the nozzle into the larger of the two holes of the first screw and turn the key until the formula starts coming out of the smaller one. Repeat for the second screw. Do not press the adhesive screw onto the wall, let the nie wieder bohren. Technology do its thing. After 12 hours the adhesive will have cured and you’re ready for the next step.
Now simply mount the basement light on the screws and secure. You could, of course, hang pretty much anything at all - such as a shelf of plant pot. Each screw will support up 2.5kg, and two will handle twice that.
Removing the Adhesive Screw couldn’t be easier. nie wieder bohren. Technology has been developed to be strong when it comes to load bearing but not when it comes to resisting torsion. All you need is an adjustable wrench or a pair of pliers. Get a firm grip on the screw mount, and then gently but firmly twist. You’ll find the screw will come away easily.