Hanging picture frames can be a royal pain, especially frames that require multiple wall hooks.

Before the existence of fancy laser levels or cool tools, like the ones I’m about to show you, my grandfather taught me how to use scotch tape and string to make it a little neater than marking pencil lines directly on the wall. You’d first decide how high you’d want your photos and take the string to one end of the wall. Then with a level you’d level the line and tape the other end of the string on the opposite end of the wall. But often the string would move or fall off and it was never perfectly level.

Black & Decker's 36 The Black & Decker’s 36″ Gecko Grip Level with Accu Mark is a new spin on a traditional level. It’s most useful feature is the Gecko Grip friction pads that help keep the level steady and prevent it from slipping with little pressure.

It also has 2 adjustable targets that slide back and forth on the level and are used to easily transfer the spacing between your picture hooks to the wall. You simply slide them to line up with the mounts on back of your pictures and then move the level to the wall and note the spots with a pencil.

Black & Decker Bullseye Auto-Leveling Laser With AnglePro
To make things even easier you could also use a laser level such as Black & Decker Bullseye Auto-Leveling Laser With AnglePro which sticks to your wall and projects an autoleveling laser beam along the wall’s surface.

It can even project the laster vertically and on angles to make lining up your pictures in stair wells. At under $30.00 it’s a steal and even the batteries are included.

If you purchase both the Black & Decker’s 36″ Gecko Grip Level with Accu Mark and Black & Decker Bullseye Auto-Leveling Laser With AnglePro your order should be eligible for free super saver shipping.

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