wood screws

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by Ifat1styou, 16 Apr 2011.

  1. Ifat1styou

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    There are so many wood screw types available and such a range of often high prices, I wonder if any one has found a good source of reliable and reasonably priced screws - excluding B&Q which I'm sure is not one of them.
     
  2. Deluks

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    er, screwfix, toolstation are the obvious ones.
    Reisser and Spax are decent brands.
     
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    ironmongerydirect.com free delivery over £45
     
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    obtain a product called pickbuster you spray into locks and it prevents bumping
     
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    And it also attracts dirt, which jams the cylinder up, good call.
     
  7. joinerjohn

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    Hmmm what on earth has this to do with the price of screws?

    Better still, put some superglue into the locks. That prevents bumping picking, even unlocking with the correct key. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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    :LOL: , yeah i allways use the screwfix own screws, either turbogolds or quicksilvers, best around for the money i think

    tom
     

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