I wandered Home Depot till I found a solution for my problem.
How come it was a problem?
That sucker is heavy.
You couldn't just put like 5 big nails in a row?
Fine, what did you find?
I thought about trying to use anchors or a stud and hang it like you would a cabinet. But I know you tend to want me to make small adjustments once it's up on the wall. So in the picture hanging aisle of Home Depot I went to the OOK section, which I knew had a lot of ingenious hanging solutions. And there I found something called a French Cleat.
Does it bother you that it's French? (wink wink)
(eye roll) I guess the French are good for some things, hanging artwork would be one.
Okay back on task before someone leaves a nasty comment on here.
I always try to double the holding capacity when hanging an item. So a 100lb cleat should be double the weight of a pallet. Plus these packs come with all the hardware, a level and no power tools are needed. Also using a cleat allows you to shift the item left to right by an inch or so if needed - something I usually have to do for you.
So, would you say this is the BEST way to hang a pallet?
Allright, I can see you used up all your words, I'll show them the pictures now. Thank you. "Golf claps" for Bill ;)
Alright, so above you can see the aisle where you'll find the cleats. They are called OOK French Cleats. You'll need to get the one that is for 100lbs. They do make a 200lb one if you like to be super safe ;)
Attach the other side of the cleat to the pallet. And Bam! You've got yourself a super safe, hangable pallet! How easy is that!?!