How Do I Use YOUHANGIT with Wire Hardware?
The wire hanger has got to be the oldest trick in the book when it comes to getting stuff up on the wall. Outside of just ramming a nail right through the front of a Warhol, stringing up some wire to the back of a painting or any other framed wall hanging has got to be the simplest and easiest way to go. Of course, wire hanging hardware is not the best match for hanging every item—for example, you would clearly never hang a sound bar using picture wire (unless you're going for some kind of "Tron" meets "The Muppet Show" look). But generally speaking, for the items it suits best, wire hangers are already in place, or can be added by your local frame shop.
All that talk about simplicity aside, the downfall of the wire hanger hardware is that all it takes is a stiff breeze or a post-glass-of-wine saunter to knock it askew. However, when you hang your picture using our Sexy Metal Hooks and use two of them instead of one, you can ensure your picture will stay level. Simply use the YOUHANGIT to make marks on the wall to hang your picture with the YOULEVEL just as you would in any other scenario. Then tap in two of our hooks that can handle as much as 100 pounds (but we also offer 10-pound, 20-pound, 30-pound, and 50-pound metal hooks for hanging pictures, all of which are available in our Designer Kit!) and you'll have a rig that can handle a framed picture or wire hanger mirror of up to 100 pounds in weight.
Using a pen or pencil centered on the back of the frame, hook the wire and pull upward until wire is tight. Make a DOT on the back of the frame at the apex of the wire.
Peel sticker from YOUHANG
Stick device by aligning the bottom of the RED V-groove with the top of the pencil mark.
Remove the red safety plug with a pencil, so that the "sharp-painty-thing" will work (in step #6).
Level by using our hands-free YOU
LEVELand place object gently against the wall in the desired location.
SQUISH - It's Genius!
Squish the marking device against the wall and the "sharp-painty-thing" will make the mark!
Remove the marking device(s) carefully.
Install your hardware using the mark for accuracy.
Hang your item on the hardware, sit back and relax you are done!