Don't use a nail; they can catch on fabrics. Also, things that hang from nails put stress on the surface behind it, potentially causing damage. If your interior doors are like mine, then they're the hollow-core wooden ones and they don't have enough thickness for an embedded nail. The screws that hold a hook in place provide that extra contact for secure hold, and the flange on the base of the hook gives extra support.
I went out to Fred Meyer to get more hooks last night. You can get them in the "storage" section of the homewares department, but you'll get find nice ones in the hardware aisle where you get bulk screws and whatnot. They're not only cheaper there, mine came two to a package for extra hooking power.
Perhaps now is a good time to state the benefits of having a few power tools around the house. I have a Makita drill that has been one of the best gifts of a lifetime. Remember when my bed crapped out? I'd still be sleeping on an air mattress if I didn't have the drill to brace it up again.
OK, I know my previous post clearly slows a photo of nails holding up my laundry rack. I'm about to fix that with my score from yesterday, smartass.
Let me add that I used a Marie Kondo trick for my tote bags on the closet door there. I put them inside the ones that are hanging. It's better than slinging them over the back of a kitchen chair.
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