Hanging pictures in the right place is a nightmare first you hang it too low, then you hang it too high.
But the As Seen on TV Hang Rite guarantees to make that picture hanging mystery, history. The tool tells you how far down from the top of the picture the nail goes. We've all had this happen, nail holes in your wall.
Here's how it works, you place hang rite on your picture and slide the bar where you want it. Then you mark the spot on the wall with the tool. Finally, you hang it right on the wall.
Our expert Jennifer Smith Co-owner of Southern Art and Framing has hung thousands of pictures over the years. "It looks pretty easy, let's hope it is," says Smith.
Our first order of business was a horse painting. "The horse worked pretty good. It was wider there was much more room with the wire to be flexible, you were only hanging one peice so it was easy to put up there," says Smith.
Next the infomercial promised that you could hang a group, and tool would make it perfect everytime, and the built in guide would space them like a pro.
So our pro decided to test those grouping claims by using smaller pictures which can be more difficult. Sometimes, there's more hammering, measuring and spacing involved. "The wire that we had on the back of those smaller pics was difficult to use with that little thing because it was too wide for it," says Smith.
But on the wall, how did it look? "They're nice and even. If you had a bigger wall space it'd be more difficult because there would be a lot more measuring," says Smith.
Each of jennifer's pics were hung with only one nail hole!
In your opinion is this a deal or dud? "It's a deal," says Smith.
Hang Rite will cost you $10 dollars.