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Stainless hex masonry screws - where can I find some?

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Dain1, 19 Aug 2020.

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    In the UK, that is. Easily available in the US and Oz but I can't find the right search terminology to source any in the UK..

    To fix sub floor cls, on membrane, to conc. base. I sealed with Sikka rapid dpm and will completely cover with membrane too.

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    Do you want to screw into concrete?
     
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    Thank you, yes. Original query revised.
     
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    For your job, where there is not much force and it is just to hold steady, a stainless coach screw in a plasplug would do.
     
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    It's more to stop it springing up adjacent to where any significant weight might be applied, that's why I wanted the threaded option.
     
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