4 pcs Nice Adhesive Towel and Coat Hook
Product Dimension: 2.9 x 1.7 x 1.3 inches
Package: Hooks × 4 pack
Special C-shape Design
The C-type design of this Adhesive Towel and Coat Hook can secure anything that is hung on it and greatly helps prevent towels from slipping off.
This towel hook can be an ideal towel hook, coat hook, kitchenware hook, etc.
The end of it has a smooth rounded edge that prevents tearing the clothes or towels that hung on it.
The curved end of this towel hook is very smooth and burr-free, promising gentle holding of your stuff & no tearing.
It will not tear apart any of your fabric stuff such as bath towels, hats, clothes, etc.
Adhesive Towel and Coat Hook with Super Gluing
The 4 pcs Adhesive Towel and Coat Hook are fitted with a super-strong adhesive that can hold so well onto the wall as to last for many years.
It promises never falling off! It can easily hold heavy-duty stuff of yours with its strong & powerful adhesion on the back.
Users can even randomly rip or pull hard a towel or clothes off the hook without worrying that the hook might loosen.
Strong Stable Material
The Adhesive Towel and Coat Hook is 304 stainless steel so it is very sturdy and can tackle heavy-duty hanging tasks.
It can last for years without rusting. Its brushed steel finish is great for resisting daily scratches, moisture, rust, and corrosion.
Since it is of stainless steel material, it can withstand any damage to the hook and has a classic and timeless appearance.
1. Just cleaning the wall surface to install（the wall must be a smooth surface like ceramic tile, metal surface, glasses, etc.; not wallpaper or painted wall) and dry it. If the wall for putting hooks is a ceramic tile, you can wipe it clean with alcohol.
2. Peel off the protective layer on its back and stick it on the wall. It should take a few seconds to press for ensuring better stickiness.
3. Finally rest it for 24 hours to ensure it stays put before hanging things on it.
To remove an adhesive towel hook, you just simply use a hairdryer to heat the adhesive area. Then use a blade to scrape the adhesive step by step and slowly remove the hook.