Easily Create Rubber Coated Peg Board Hooks with Rubber Sleeve Solution
Using these do-it-yourself rubber peg hook liners for Wall Control pegboard accessories, you can achieve an easy way to prevent potential scuffs. They can be cut-to-fit and are reasonably flexible. Visit our Add-Ons page to purchase these rubber peg hook liners for your Wall Control Accessories.
Step By Step Guide for Protective Rubber Coating Pegboard Hooks
Step 1: You will receive 3 feet of Rubber Pegboard Hook Liner in a plastic bag.
Step 2: Gather Supplies. You will need scissors to open the bag and a tool to to trim the rubber hook liner.
We found that wire cutters work well.
Step 3: Open the Clear Plastic bag.
Step 4: Slide the rubber hook liner onto the edge of the hook or accessory you would like covered. We use a U-Hook in our example.
Step 5: Decide where you would like the rubber hook liner to end and cut it off at that point using wire cutters.
Step 6: Finish pressing the rubber liner onto the peg hook and you are done!
Buy Do-It-Yourself Rubber Coated Peg Hook Liners HERE
How Many Rubber Coating Packs Do I Need?
Wondering how many packs you should order? Below you can find the lengths required to fully cover each of our slotted hooks and brackets with our rubber liner:
10-HZ-103: 3.75in (3in Not Covering Tip)
Plasti-Dipping Peg Board Hook Solution
Wall Control Hooks & Accessories are powder coated and already offer a durable and attractive finish, but if you want to prevent any and all metal contact with what you're storing, this DIY solution for rubber coating Wall Control metal pegboard hooks and pegs is easy to do and will create a nice rubber coated storing surface on Wall Control hooks and accessories. That said, based on our experience, we recommend the Rubber Liner Peg Hook Solution highlighted above as it seems to be more consistent and less messy. The below rubber coating dipping method is a good alternative if the above solution for coating peg hooks will not work in certain applications.