Learn how to hang pictures and other items on drywall by using wall anchors. Part 2 focuses on duty anchors.
Tags:tips for hanging pictures,anchor,anchors,diy,dry,home,how to hang pictures on wall,repair,wall
Grab video code:
Now, let us get into more of the heavy duty anchors called toggles. Now, this is a speed toggle as well and is quite unique looking but it is very easy to install. Now, this one here goes in with an electric drill and it is already set-up again for using a Philip screw driver. It will its own hole, then it will go through, and then it will draw up tight. There you have it.
Now, it takes place. We will put the screw into place, it pushes the toggle down. Now, it pulls its own thread to the tog and this tog now it is going to be drawn back up against the back of the dry wall and you got a real bridge point now pulling against the drill wall making it very secure and a very heavy-duty application. Now, here is another type of anchor that is unique but it is a collapsible anchor. Now, the collapsible anchor requires the screw in place at the time that is mounted into the wall because it requires that screwing of the screwdriver or power drill in order to collapse the shank and to give that real heavy-duty grip on the backside of the drill wall. So, we will drill a hole now the sides of the shank which is a quarter inch. Now, you see on the backside of the faceplate here, there is some teeth and that is going to dig into the wall holding it in a fixed position. Now, all ready for the drilling and we will now turn it until such time you will see a shaft will collapse, nice and tight.
Now, here is another heavy duty toggler-type of plug. Now, it is called the Toggler. It is a collapsible type but it collapses in behind the wall after it is inserted and collapsed by pushing into the wall, a little plastic pin that will in turn push it out behind holding it steady just like that. So, what we will do now we will drill a hole 5/16 inch because that is the size of the shank but you know sometimes people will take a flat screwdriver and do this. But where they are going to drill the hole and they will do this sort of a thing and that is a no, no even though it would work to get the plug in but it sure will not work in behind. I will show you why once we get back in behind so I will drill a 5/16 hole, push it in, pound it flash, take a little plastic plug, put it down, that is a collapsing tool and get a one quick snap. And now it has collapse the legs out in behind.
Now, here is another heavyduty toggler. One that is quite common and use when you are putting on rob bar or something like handle grips, possibly stair--