How to Use

Learn about how to install your FECA products with these simple steps. If you want to learn how to remove your products, see below button.

How to uninstall

How to Uninstall

1

Release the lock.

2

Remove the suction cup by inserting one finger under the rubber pad to let air in. Then carefully remove the entire suction pad from contact surface.

3

To keep the suction cup in good condition, release the cup when it is not in use. Avoid causing any damage to the rubber pad.

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Warnings: To avoid any damage to the rubber pad, do not force to uninstall as it may damage both surface and product causing suction cup and pad to separate.

Suction Cup

|suhk-shuh n kuhp|

noun
  • An object using negative pressure of air or water to adhere to nonporous surfaces and in the process creates a partial vacuum.

Types of Surfaces

Using our patented technology to create the most powerful, industrial strength vacuum seal, FECA products will hold tightly on non-porous surfaces. See what materials you can use these products on. Every manufacture is different, so test before use.

Suitable materials | Non- suitable material

Suitable Materials

Porcelain or Enamel over Cast Iron
Often used for sinks because it is smooth and nonporous, this material can make a suitable surface for suction cup products.

Mirror
The process of manufacturing mirrors results in a smooth, reflective surface that is waterproof and nonporous, making a mirror a suitable material for using suction cup products.

Ceramic/Glazed Tile
After the glaze is painted or sprayed on, the resulting tile is water-proof and non-porous. Thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Non-Porous Tile
General unglazed tile, mainly refers to polished quartz tiles, is waterproof and non-porous surface. It is suitable for using suction products.

Glass
Glass is a transparent and hard, water-proof, non-porous material. It is suitable for using suction cup products.

Plastic/Acrylic Sheet
Acrylic sheet is waterproof and non-porous, thus, it is suitable for using suction cup products.

Stainless Steel
As stainless steel is water-proof, non-porous material, thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Sealed Marble
Marble and natural stone is porous. By sealing the marble surface, the sealer fills in the pores of the natural stone for a non-porous finish.

Quartz
Quartz is nonporous without the need to be sealed, making it great for stain-free kitchens. When made into a smooth surface, this material is suitable for suction cup products.

Non-Suitable Materials

Natural Timber
Normal building materials such as wood rosewood,teak, sandalwood and other natural untreated wood surface is porous, thus, not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wood Veneer Sheets
Thin slices of wood sheets glued to a board. The surface of sheet is breathable and porous. It is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wood Panel
Common wood panel walls are painted by water-based paint which is porous. Thus, it is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Cracked Tile
Old or cracked tile may cause tile surface to leak air, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Mosaic Tile
Widely used for wall or street art. Due to the tiny tile surfaces and multiple seams, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products. Rule: The area you attempt to attach must be bigger than the rubber pad.

Imitation Brick Tile
Commonly used for balcony or column surface. Due to surface roughness over 0.4mm or its porous surface, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Painted Wood
Wood is porous and won’t hold a suction, even when painted. Using the suction cup products on these surfaces may leave ring marks as well, so they are unsuitable materials.

Painted wall
Normal interior wall was painted by breathable water-base paint which is breathable, thus, it is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wallpaper
Wallpaper is a porous surface, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Concrete Wall
Concrete wall is porous surface, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products. To avoid damaging of concrete wall, do not attempt to paste the plastic disc.

Love & Care

A little love and care will go a long way.

  • Reapplying the suction cups every 3 months to secure the suction power.
  • Use clean water or non-toxic cleaner to clean the rubber pad on suction cup before use each time. Make sure no lint or debris remains on surface by using a masking tape or regular scotch tape to remove any remaining.
  • Release the lock to keep rubber pad flat when not attaching to surfaces.
  • Store suction cup in cool, dry place when not in use.

Dos and Don’ts

Do:

Keep rubber pad and adhering surface clean before applying. Always confirm the suction cup is firmly attached. Follow the product's installation instruction. Enjoy your FECA products. Remember the Love & Care instruction above. 

Don’t:

Do not overload. Do not use to hold dangerous, valuable, fragile, antiques/heirlooms, or non-replaceable items. Do not attach the suction cup to the surface which is smaller than the rubber pad, uneven, rough and porous surface. Do not hang items over heads or beds. Do not use if rubber pad is cracked or shows any visible damage.

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