If you received a large neon with silver fixings, please follow the instructions below. However, if you have purchased a custom-made name or a small neon, it comes with a few screws and dowels. These screws usually come with signs that have a tight cut acrylic back. You can simply hang, remove and adjust. Command Strips have a specially formulated adhesive and patented design that allows you to securely hang pictures on walls without leaving a sticky residue or pulling paint off the wall.
How do you hang a neon sign without screws?
If you’re drilling into the drywall, you can add the drywall anchors at this point to ensure your neon sign is held securely in place. With wall-mounted neon signs, there is no standard positioning for a wall-mounted neon sign because it will look good anywhere you use it. If your neon sign has a free-standing design, you just need to find a sturdy surface to place your neon sign on and it simply plug it in as soon as it arrives at your doorstep. Please note that you may not be able to use your remote and dimmer if the sign is in the wall as the receiver won’t read the remote through the wall.
What do you use to hang a neon sign?
Please note that you may not be able to use your remote and dimmer if the sign is in the wall as the receiver won’t read the remote through the wall. However, if you bought a neon sign for the wall of your home or business, you need to know how to hang it professionally or risk damaging the cousin. Freestanding LightsIf you are craving modern design, consider the freestanding neon sign. For assembly, you only need a sturdy surface for the sign to stand – no drills or nails are required.