Hanging points on plaster and lath partitions is a difficult enterprise. Plaster is a tough, tough materials, but it is also resistant to penetration. It can be easily caused by driving something significantly bigger than the usual pin nail to chip, crack as well as separate in the lath in chunks. Standard growing-kind wall anchors are inappropriate for anything but mild loads and need installation. For keeping strength that is actual, a correctly installed bolt wall anchor is the method to go.
Place two little bits of painter’s masking tape on the wall-in the form of an “X” in the place you want to install a wall hook or alternative fastener.
Select the size drill-bit that is proper in accordance with the directions on the bundle of bolts and chuck it in the drill. Place the tip of the bit from the middle of the masking tape “X.” Hold the drill regular and drill directly into the plaster. Do not press too much; enable the drill-bit to do the function. When the bit penetrates to the wall void stop drilling. Withdraw the bit back from the hole. Remove the tape in the wall.
Slip alternative fastener or the wall hook on the bolt. Thread the bolt using the wings of the toggle to the middle of the toggle pointing toward the the top of the bolt.
The toggle closed along with your thumb and fore finger. Insert the bolt to the hole before the wings open in the wall void, and drive on the bolt. Pull on the bolt head so the toggle tightens from the inside of the wall as you turn it clockwise with your fingers. Tighten the bolt using a screwdriver. Do not over-tighten the bolt or the plaster can be cracked by you or split the toggle.