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I usually pull my wire underneath and start on the other side. Come to side, go underneath
back through the loop and pull real tight. Give it a few wraps and trim off your tail. Then you go to the
other side. I usually tie mine very tight so that this wire is kind of pretty tight,
slide this under here like so, come back through the hole pull it tight, wrap it. Normally
about 6 wraps should do you but you want to make sure it's going to be wrapped enough
to where it can't pull itself apart. Trim the tail and the last thing I do is I check
to make sure that it is tight and that nothing is moving. I give it a good yank it also gives
you the bow you need to hand it with. We have here also put feet on this is to help protect
your wall to ensure that it sets your wall and the rubber helps with the sheet rock.
Not only that it doesn't scratch your wall that way and you are ready to go on the wall.