To remove your Multi-Purpose Hook, follow these steps:
- Insert a thin flat tool (i.e. flat blade screwdriver, putty knife) in-between the wall and the rear flange of the hook. Having two tools may ease the removal.
- Slowly pry the hook from the wall until it comes off.
- Clean off any adhesive residue from the wall or hook using soap and water. For harder to remove adhesive, use rubbing alcohol OR Goo Gone Adhesive Remover.
- If you've removed a drywall plate from the wall along with the hook, you can patch up the holes in your wall with spackling paste and touch-up paint. If you need to purchase additional drywall plates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.