Applying Wreath-Hanging Magnets
Buy a two-piece magnetic wreath hanger from your preferred retailer. You can find these online or at many home decor stores. They’re little more than two hefty magnetic discs, one of which includes a hook for the wreath. Many of them are rated to hold 10 pounds (4.5 kg), which should be plenty strong for most wreaths.
For glass storm doors, you place the plain disc on the inside of the glass and the hooked disc on the outside, and their magnetic attraction holds them in place.
If you’re hanging your wreath from a metal part of a door, you’ll only need to use the disc with the hook. It’ll stick to the door just like a really strong fridge magnet!
Clean the part of the door where you’re putting the magnets. Once you’ve identified the spot where you want to place the wreath hanger—either by measuring or just by “eyeballing” it—clean the area thoroughly with a typical household cleaner. This will help remove any dirt particles that might get pinned against the door by the magnet and cause scratches during removal.
Limit scratches by making your own magnet pads. Customer reviews for these magnets often note that they’re so strong that they peel paint or cause scratches on glass when removed. To prevent this, create magnet pads out of a lightweight fabric to sandwich between the magnets and your door.
To make magnet pads, trace the circular outline of the magnets on a thin fabric, like an old t-shirt. Then, simply cut out the circles. You can also stick the circles to the magnets with a small piece of double-sided tape to make things a bit easier.
Affix the magnets to the door and hang your wreath. Open the door so you can access both the inside and the outside. With one hand, press the magnet with the hook to the door right where you want it to go. Then, use your other hand to bring the other magnet into position on the other side of the glass.
The magnets are strongly attracted to each other, so make sure you don’t pinch your skin between them during application. Use your fingertips to grip around the circumference of the discs.
Once the magnets are stuck together, you can hang your wreath right away.
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