Invisible Floating Shelf Brackets (6 Pack) | Complete Hardware Kit for Easily Mounting Wood, Custom & DIY Shelves | Adjustable Hidden Blind Supports for Concealed Shelves | Heavy Duty Rod Bracket
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Love how easy these were to install. They will hold a lot of weight too. I got my daughter going on the install of first shelf bracket and she did the rest. I highly recommend these for floating shelves anywhere in the home, garage or work
Exactly what I was looking for and super simple to assemble! Ive had a piece of wood that I had been wanting to turn into a floating shelf. These brackets are very secture and come exactly as pictured
This was such an easy product to install! I’m not super handy so I was worried I wouldn’t know how to do this but it was so easy (the instructions were straight forward) and it all worked out perfectly! All you need is a hammer, screwdriver and level to get these into the wall! Super happy. I’m defintely ordering more right now.
Great product and easy to use and mount shelves.
Does just as advertised. Overall good quality.
Awesome for home decor!
This product was perfect! Very easy to put together and finally let me put my blank wall in my bedroom to use. They also seem very sturdy and have the ability to hold heavy shelving. Would definitely order again if needed
These shelf brackets work like a charm. They are easy to install, inexpensive, and they give the shelves a nice clean look.
The brackets are solid and sturdily built but installation instructions call for drilling a 7/16″ hole in the shelf for the bracket shaft. That is not the right size — I bought a 7/16″ drill bit as instructed and the hole is too small for the bracket shaft. I then bought a 1/2″ drill bit and made larger holes but the result is now actually too large for a snug fit around the bracket shaft. The actual size needed seems to be 15/32″ but this is a size of bit that you will have to order online or go to a specialty store to find. As a fix, I decided to wrap the base of the bracket shaft next to the plate with Teflon tape to make a snug fit. This retrofit worked — I now could be reasonably certain the shelf wouldn’t slip off the brackets if someone (e.g., a child) pulled on it.
The brackets ship with wall anchors and screws, which each have issues. I used a drill to screw into a stud and as the screw head was getting close to the bracket, the head of the screw twisted completely off so I resorted to using some of my own screws where I was attaching to studs.
Next problem: The drywall anchors don’t work. If you tap them into your wall, they’ll leave a really large hole and the screw will simply spin inside the anchor. You’ll need to find standard drywall anchors to do the job.
I am further away from actually having shelves installed than when I began this process, which is really frustrating.
This would be a good bracket if it included accurate instructions and functional mounting hardware. But until then, you’ll have to source your own screws and anchors and be willing to go through some headaches to make it work.
If you plan on using the anchors on drywall, you’ll need to buy new ones, the one provided are worthless. The brackets are slanted and hard to adjust. In the end I made it work but would not recommend. I’ve seen better for the same price.