1. Installation — fast (no nails)

It Really Is Easy!

Stop guessing where to put the nail. With QIK FRAME™, you don't use nails at all!  Just place your frame where you want it.  Simply peel and stick.

1 – Make sure your surface is clean and dry.  Clean gently with isopropyl rubbing alcohol and allow to dry.   (Do not use household cleaners.)

2 – Remove the protective layer from the adhesive strips. 

3 – Carefully position the frame and press firmly against the wall for ~30 seconds.



That's it! 

No nails, No holes, No guess work!



Concerned about getting it perfectly level?  Use a small bubble level on top of the frame for initial placement.  

If it's not perfectly level, that's okay! Even after you place the frame, you still have a few degrees of adjustment . Just detach the frame, adjust, and reattach. (Watch our Rotate video for more tips.) 

The best part is that your QIK FRAME stays level after you've adjusted it.

Remember, NEVER PULL ON THE FRAME!  The QIK FRAME adhesives and components are very strong.  It is likely that you will remove paint before the Velcro® detaches.  Always lift and separate the Velcro pieces before detaching the frame.


  • Jay Ward

    Hi Joyce,
    No problem. In most cases, the adhesive works great, and there are a few surfaces where 3M Command® Strips might work better. Either way, the adhesive holds the backing to the wall and keeps the frame from rotating (and having to repeatedly straighten your frames :-) The T-Pin ads more security for hard-to-stick surfaces and we recommend using it just in case, and for added durability over time.
    We just updated the video on the Home page and the Installation and Use page to better demonstrate how and where to install it. Thank you for the feedback on the instructions as well. We will look at ways to improve the text and the illustrations to be more simple and clear.

  • joyce brimley

    I don’t get the function of the “T” pin. Instructions say to nail it in just below the “hinge.” Not sure what the hinge is and the illustration doesn’t help me much.

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