Established mounting systems for mounting a main body in an integrally joined manner on an adhesive background in the kitchen or sanitary area, such as on tiles or glazed tiles, frequently provide two-component adhesives and use multiple-piece systems, in which, after fixing, a functional part, such as a hook profile, is to be coupled to the main body. It is a disadvantage here that the device becomes worthless if the functional part is lost; it is a disadvantage, furthermore, that two-component adhesives cannot provide stable fixing in the case of insufficient mixing. Said disadvantages are overcome by way of an adhesive hook, in which the hook which projects to the outside is already part of the device for releasing a one-component adhesive. As in the case of a simple press stud mechanism, fixing can take place without tools for the first time using a single assembly. In the bath and sanitary area, a device of this type affords the monetary advantages of it being possible for hooks and equivalent anchor points to be attached in a stable manner to tiles or glazed tiles with less waste and in a simpler and more rapid way.