My closet shelves collapsed recently and my dad wants me to fix it by myself (because he's mad at me) and I was looking at shelving brackets and thought that it would be nice to change up my closet instead of doing with the original wire rack. So I set up a plan on how I want it to go (while reusing the wire rack) but the thing is that, knowing my dad, I won't be allowed to use the drill to drill any pilot holes or anything, nor will I be able to use the stud finder and I'm sure he and my brother aren't willing to help me. So, it sounds pretty impossible since the weight of the bracket, the shelving wood and the wire rack together might make it pretty heavy. Not to mention the clothes I plan to be hanging, but I still want to know, is there a way to to install a closet shelf bracket without having to drill into my wall?
Is there a way to install shelf brackets without drilling?
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Can you use the previous holes by using a wall anchor?
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