Magnet-Ficent Invisible Quilt Hanger For Quilts Up To 48"
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Features & Specifications
Magnet-ficent™ Invisible Quilt Hangers allow you to easily and securely support your quilt for display, yet it will appear to be floating very close to the wall with no means of support!
This hanging system uses a small mounting plate attached to your wall using removable adhesive strips. Powerful, specially designed magnets securely hold your quilt to the plate via the adjustable metal rod inserted into your quilt’s rod pocket. Go ahead and hang quilts up to 20" with included rod, or use a longer rod for larger quilts. Add an additional kit to hang queen and king size quilts. It’s easily adjustable – just slide the magnet! Remove, re-hang, or change your displayed quilt with no hassle!
Magnet-ficent™ Invisible Quilt Hangers mounted with removable adhesive strips will not damage your walls.
No more push-pins, screws, nails, or levels!
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|By Keith from Apex, North Carolina |
|Bought two of these for a 72" quilt. The site says "Magnet-Ficent Invisible Quilt Hanger For Quilts Up To 48" " and the packaging CLEARLY says, "Hang quilts up to 20" with included rod." MISLEADING of them not to show the actual packaging because it contradicts the advertising.
You MUST buy additional rare earth magnets to support quilts beyond 20" in width. In my case, for that 72" quilt I had to buy three of these kits, plus an additional two kits of rare earth magnets to create a strong enough hanger. That was nearly $150.
This product only makes the money in your wallet invisible.|
| Not quite as advertised.|
|By Susan from Sherwood, Arkansas |
|The hangers were simple to put up but I had to use double the amount of tape than was recommended. Otherwise the quilt kept falling on the floor. I used these to hang wallhangings for Christmas so they were not large quilts. When I took them down, the tape took the paint off the wall and damaged the drywall underneath. They were supposed to be moveable but I wouldn't recommend using them unless you intend to leave the quilt up for a long time and then don't mind repairing the wall when you take it down.|
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