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Staging an empty house
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The Hang & Level saves time, walls & frustration

This handy picture hanging tool can be used with Sawtooth Hooks, D-Rings & Keyholes.

Cool staging tool for hanging pictures

A cool home staging tool for hanging pictures

Decorate your wall with these basic steps:

1. Place the item on the hook(s)
2. Use 1 hook for small or light items, 2 hooks for larger heavier items.
3. Position your item and the tool on the wall. Find the right spot.
4. Press the button(s) to mark exactly where the nail goes.
5. Hang your item & then level it using the tool.

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