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The thing I love most about these anchors is that my skinny 3/16 flathead screwdriver can bore into drywall the exact size hole these anchors need. I can easily bore the hole by twisting the head into the drywall, then flip it around and bump the anchor in with the handle. Its like it was made for it.
The next is that these actually work in foam. I've found times when I needed to strap conduit or bell boxes to foam. (You'd be surprised how many signs, building sidings, or wall sidings are made of foam.) Usually I'd have to hope there was material behind the foam that I could secure to, but there are often times when its nothing but foam. zip-its don't work, toggle bolts don't work, but these anchors work perfectly.
The third is that you can use them in masonry. Sometimes buildings are so old that the concrete is super hardened. So using Tapcons either bores out the pilot hole(, or get their heads ripped off when you try to drive them( even when you stick a piece of wire in the hole. Drill the pilot hole to 1/4 then bump this anchor in, then you'll be able anchor into concrete poured in the 19th century.
Those times when you accidentally make the hole too large for the anchor, causing it to spin with the screw you drive in. pull the anchor out, use some pliers to hold the anchor and drive the screw into it just a little bit( just up to the point before the anchor splits.). Then bump the anchor into the hole with the screw in it and finish driving the screw into the anchor, works in all material( Sometimes in drywall the hole its just too overbored, you'll just have switch to a toggle bolt)
I can't use my company card for online purchases, I can only use it for gas and parts from supply or hardware stores. I buy these anchors out of pocket because nothing compares to them.
Nice sturdy anchors and screws. I used these to hang a bunch of curtain rods in a new house and they worked great. Obviously since they supplied a masonry bit, I didn’t use that on the drywall, but the anchors and screws worked great and feel quite strong to me. Can’t comment on the drill bit, but worth it for the anchors and screws alone.
Al comprar esta marca me siento muy cómodo y a gusto pues es muy buena marca, me salió super bueno el producto, fáciles de usar, fácil de instalar, en general muy bueno, si hay personas que han calificado con menos de 5 estrellas la verdad no se porque pues no veo falla en esta marca.
i don't even remember buying these buy amazon says i did. that's when you know you buy too much stuff from amazon. towards the end of a full home model you just buy and think about it later in that numb race to the finish line
I rarely use plastic anchors as I prefer a better system when possible. When nothing else fills the bill I will and do use them. These work well. Having a drill bit included is a big plus as I do not like to use my good bits on drywall and plaster.
I used them to mount surfboard brackets, then yard tool brackets in garage, then outdoors brackets on stucco, etc. I am on my second box. I use a regular bit for drywall and cement bit for stucco. Excellent durable product!
I've been using these anchors to make wire supports for vines on my stucco sided house (concrete underneath). The kit comes with the proper sized masonary drill so its very convenient and easy to use them.
I love that it comes w/ a drill bit perfect for this hardware. This kit is all you really need if you're looking to hang frames and mirrors around your house! I made a cute gallery wall, and it was SO easy. Love it! Great value for your money.