Tension Rod Wall Supports

Tension Rod Wall SupportsTension rod wall supports I put up my tension rod. Twice, I hung my bags on it and it fell to the ground. I wished I had bought those screw in wall supports and then I thought I will just go look in my plastic cap recycling bag. I found two that fit snuggly onto the ends, great! Now let's place them!


First I took a pencil and a ruler and I put marks on the wall exactly each end where I wanted the caps to go. Second, I cut a notch just big enough for the rod to be able to be securely put inside the cap, cut it with an X-Acto knife and then bent it back with a pair of pliers. I took the X-Acto knife and made a pinhole in the very center of the cab so that the screw I was going to use to secure it to the wall would penetrate easily and not crack the cap. Next I used my screwdriver to secure both end caps on the wall and then I reinstalled my tension rod. It worked great.

Materials for this are a ruler, pencil, 2 wall screws, x-Acto knife, pliers, tension rod and 2 caps, which are recycled soda bottle caps. Follow the photos to help you

Tension Rod Wall Supports
Tension Rod Wall Supports
Tension Rod Wall Supports
Tension Rod Wall Supports
Tension Rod Wall Supports
Tension Rod Wall Supports

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