A different design, these hooks are designed for use on drywall (sheetrock) walls only. They require no nails or screws to install. Instead, four very sharp tapered prongs on the back side of the hook easily penetrate into the drywall, holding the hook in place more tenaciously than a nail. The prongs are so sharp, finger pressure alone may be enough to insert these hooks in a wall--occasionally a few final taps with a hammer will be required.
- Push the hook
into the wall with finger pressure first, pressing down
in the direction of the prongs.
- If the hook does
not seat completely by hand, use a small hammer to tap it
down at the raised "shelf" in the middle of the hook
above the wire support until the hook is flush with the
wall at the top and bottom (the middle section remains
- If you need to
remove a Nailess Drywall Hook, use a pliers or vice grips
to extract the hook outward at the angle of the