#4 x 1" Stainless Flat Head Phillips Wood Screw, (100 pc), 18-8 (304) Stainless Steel Screws by Bolt Dropper
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Typically, sheet metal screws will have a head that is countersunk in and not a head that is flat on top like the screws shown here
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The diameter of the spheres is not 1/2 inch
Selected User Reviews For #4 x 1" Stainless Flat Head Phillips Wood Screw, (100 pc), 18-8 (304) Stainless Steel Screws by Bolt Dropper
Originally, I just wanted to put 5 stars on the review and be done with it, but Amazon requires a description. Instead, I will post my mom's secret chocolate chip cookie recipe here (not so secret anymore, Whether sweet or salty), mix by hand all ingredients, except flour and chips (mixing by hand makes them taste better, I promise). * * *Then add the flour and chips and stir by hand. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees for nine minutes. The cookie sheet was not greased and was baked for 11 minutes. Take time to enjoy the preciouss. Please note There are a lot of cookies in this recipe, so you might want to halve it.
This set of screws will enable me to hook bird feeders on my fence that will be easier for my birds to use. We were incredibly frustrated that every screw we ordered became a round stripe, and every one of them performed as ordered! The screws in the picture were broken, so my husband and I went to the hardware store to obtain new ones. In the end, we just couldn't get the ordered screws to work out, and despite our efforts we couldn't get it to work. It appears that the product description for these screws is inaccurate, and I am not happy with them. The seller is a bad choice for us. We won't buy from them I didn't like it at all.
Repairs can be done quickly and easily with this product. In order to improve the security of my exterior doors, I purchased these screws to replace the 1 inch screws on my exterior entry doors, deadbolts, door knobs, and striker plates. My goal was to find the best product at the lowest price. So, I read all of the reviews. This product got the maximum points except for one One of the major criticisms of the screw heads was how easily they The screws are still in my possession. During this project, I only encountered one rounded screw head out of 50 screws. My screw failed because I used a small drill bit for the pilot hole and used a cordless drill to drive it all the way in, but the screw rounded out because I allowed the screwdriver drill bit to spin on the screw head once the screw was in place. It is only "user error" that causes these screws to fail. In conclusion, I would suggest purchasing these screws and employing a little bit of discretion in their use. If you're going to drill your pilot hole all the way in, make sure to use the drill bit that goes closest to the screw. As the screw travels, the less friction it meets along the way, meaning you have a lower chance of stripping the head. If you are using a cordless drill to set the screw, run it all the way down to the last 1/8 to 1/4 inch before manually seating the screw with a screwdriver. It's better to take a minute and seat the screw this way than "round out the head" with too much force and have to spend more time trying to pull it back out later. The screws in question are in good condition. The screws are good if you do the job right and don't overtorque the heads with a power drill during the last 1/8 inch of your installation.
I would not buy this product I like it, but it can be easily peeled off. The screws stripped off when they were screwed into predrilled holes in hard wood. I would not recommend it.
I cannot speak highly enough of It is made from 304 stainless steel and I have adjusted to the fact that it is a slightly soft alloy over time. It's important to keep this in mind when connecting metal parts to wood, since the threads aren't strong enough to cut through a predrilled hole that's smaller than the screw shank. As a result, the threads near the point won't tap, instead rounding This soft characteristic of higher grade stainless screws will also round out the Phillips head, so make sure the bit in the driver you use to drill the wood is fresh and that it is predrilled beforehand. It isn't sure whether 316 or 410 stainless steel is superior in terms of hardness, so these would probably be the best choice in salty environments. As a result, we've gone 100% stainless for all exterior fasteners on all our projects here on the Washington coast. 304 is a good compromise between 410 and 316, but expect it to rust over decadal periods. 316 nails and screws are used externally when there is a need for them, and we do the same for internal applications.
They are made of stainless steel, and I am quite pleased with them. For my granddaughter's hope chest, I purchased them so that I could install a 3 foot long piano hinge on it. I have previously used conventional screws that come with the hinge when I have performed this task. Unlike last time, the hinges I purchased this time were stainless steel and did not This set of stainless screws will be used to install the system. - 3 screws twist out of the oak before resting against a hinge and coming to rest A total of 36 screws were driven in the hinge, none of which twisted off, nor did the heads of the phillips screws It was the happiest moment of my life. Thanks for your hard work!.
There is nothing better than a screw like this. There is no doubt that the quality is outstanding. The bunch of 100 I ordered for a woodworking project did not have a defective component. A batch of 100 #8 x 1-inch cards had been ordered previously Additionally, I used 1/2" stainless steel truss head screws purchased from Bolt Dropper and was also quite pleased with the quality. Featured products from this vendor are reliable and offer consistent performance. Whether doing business with this company or not, I highly recommend it.