Yes! To remove your Multi-Purpose Hooks, follow these steps: 1) Insert a thin flat tool (i.e. flat blade screw driver, putty knife) in-between the wall and the rear flange of the hook. Having two tools may ease the removal.2) Slowly pry the hook from the wall until it comes off.3) Clean off any adhesive residue from the wall or hook using soap and water. For harder to remove adhesive, use rubbing alcohol OR Goo Gone Adhesive Remover.4) If you've removed a drywall plate from the wall along with the hook, you can patch up the holes in your wall with spackling paste and touch-up paint. If you need to purchase additional drywall plates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.