True Up Review | Whitney Beth Photography | Utah Family + Senior Photographer
About a month and a half ago I got this comment on one of my photos from True Up:
So I popped on over to their profile to see what they offered. I browsed around their feed and their website as was really impressed with what I saw. A user friendly way to hang pictures, adjust for error, and not damage your walls. So I DM’d them that I was interested in learning more about their product. Especially with me being a print based photographer. This was something I thought my clients would love to know more about.
It just so happened that the social media manager lives in Lehi! We set up a time to meet and for her to come over and demo how True Up works. It was perfect timing too, since I was just getting ready to hang a new gallery wall. After the demo I was sold and knew that this was perfect for me. If the nail holes behind all my existing frames are any indication – I’m not one to pull out a measuring tape. I’m more on team “eyeball it.” Which was making me very nervous for my 12 picture grid wall I was about to attempt.
I mentioned how I couldn’t wait to order some of their product for my wall and they ended up gifting me the 12 hanging systems I needed! That was so nice and unexpected of them! I had ordered my frames from Joann’s, but they all came in random shipments with a box of 4 being canceled. I had to do drive up and clean out all my local Joann’s. But by the time I had finally tracked down all 12 of them, True Up had already come in the mail and I was ready to go!
What was super nice about their packaging was the QR code on the box with the instructions. No loose paper to keep track of. When it came time to start hanging, I first started by putting all the frame pieces on the backs of my frames. Very easy to do, you just need pressure, and the right side of adhesive to frame vs hardware. That made putting the hardware on the wall go so fast.
I pulled out my laser level for this and simply went down the line. I timed myself on the first couple of frames, and from start to finish of framing my picture to having it on the wall: 6 minutes. So fast! Since True Up hangs across a wide surface area, I didn’t have to precisely measure between frames, I could slap it on the wall and scoot and adjust the frame as needed.
I did mess up on one of the wall pieces and had to pull it off, and you would never have known that. It was so easy to remove and left the wall damage free.
My gallery wall took a fraction of the time it would’ve normally taken had I used my intended method of hammer and nails. I am a fan and now want to order more to swap out for all my other frames in my home. If you’re looking for an easy way to display your pictures, this is it!
*This is not a sponsored post. I was gifted the True Up hanging hardware with no obligation to blog a review. All thoughts and words are of my own design and opinion. I just loved this product so much that I wanted to pass it along to others who would also appreciate the brilliance of it.*