No, not boat anchors, wall anchors, those little plastic doodads that hold things in or on drywall. I suspect that you have bent one or two, as I have, when trying to pound one of those plastic screw like sleeves into a hole you have drilled in the wall. They hold ok but in my experience, I always have to have a few spare for the ones I bend.
Technology has listened and there are now some very interesting alternatives.
The Wall-Dog is easy to use and holds well. They look durable and go in fairly easy. Popular Mechanics tested them and were pleased with their performance.
The WallClaw is more complicated and take more vigor to install. They tested very well and held some serious weight.
I have just spackled over some holes left by removing molly bolts, these seem like much better solutions.
Check out the October 2007 issue of Popular Mechanics for more complete test results. This was not a paid blog.
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