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Inter Design's Power Lock Suction Hook

Reviewing: Inter Design Power Lock Suction Hook  |  Rating:
Rae Hall By Rae Hall on
Badge: Advisor | Level: 18 | Kitchen & Bath Expertise:

I am a bit of an nit picker when it comes to things lying around not hung up. I needed a way to

hang up things. I started looking for hooks that I could put on the wall on which I could then hang things up. I was in Wal-Mart and I noticed a neat little gadget called Interdesign's Power Lock Suction Hook. Now the problem with hooks that you put in a wall or door generally have to be screwed in making a hole in the wall or they have a or they come in the form of a plastic hook that has a back with a sticky substance on it so that it sticks to the wall. However, this hook is a clear, thick plastic with a wide suction cup on the end.

Interdesign's Power Lock Suction Hook works well if it's put on a very smooth surface. This means this hook will not work on can't concrete walls or unpainted wood. This was a problem for me because I wanted to hang coats on it by the basement door. However, if you have a smooth surface this will work really well in fact make sure you have the hook in the right place before you push down on it because it can be difficult to get loose. These are great if you need a hook some where like in the bathroom to hang a robe on or many other uses.