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Mr. Grip Screw Hole Repair Kit (8-Pack)

$1.67 /each

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Use these on furniture of all types including tables, chairs, stools, cabinets, and benches. You can repair wood sockets and dowels, brooms, toys, and household tools. Also may be used to fix stripped screw holes.

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  • 8-pieces per pack
  • Steel construction
  • Zinc-plated
  • Approximately 1 in. x 3 in. strips

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does this work on a metal screw hole? It is for a front load washer door latch.

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Mableton, Ga
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December 22, 2015
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I used it on a metal storm door and it worked pretty well.
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If the screw hole is in sheet metal (most likely), no. Best bet is to enlarge hole, insert a toggle screw (if there is depth below and width to sides for the toggle to go in and expand.
Another approach if the hole is not clear enough for a toggle bolt, squirt fiber filled 'steel' glue in the hole, liberally. Drill a starter hole in the dried glue for the self tapping screw, and the hole is ready for Read More
If the screw hole is in sheet metal (most likely), no. Best bet is to enlarge hole, insert a toggle screw (if there is depth below and width to sides for the toggle to go in and expand.
Another approach if the hole is not clear enough for a toggle bolt, squirt fiber filled 'steel' glue in the hole, liberally. Drill a starter hole in the dried glue for the self tapping screw, and the hole is ready for the screw.
Finally, drill an oversize hole in the latch and use the next size self tapping screw. (No harm in adding some 'steel glue in the hole, but put the screw in while the glue is wet) Read Less
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February 13, 2015
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No, unfortunately not, you would need to re-tap the hole and use a new screw
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Is this a permanent fix or can the screw be removed?

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I need to fix a leg to a sofa but I will need to take the legs off to get it out of the room when we move.
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The screw can be removed since there is no adhesive of any sort.
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You will be able to remove the screws when necessary.
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My grill has caster wheels and the plastic holes have wallowed out. Will these work?

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I think they would. You can cut this into small strips which is what I did. I cut into thin long strips. The metal is pretty thin so it gives most any type of screw something to grip to.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Did the job Not only did it fix the bedpost I was fixing, I was able to use it to fix a lose connection on a car battery. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great for Sagging Door I have a brand new home, and the builder already came to my house once to fix my pantry door which was rubbing on the door frame. When it started doing it a second time, I figured out the hinge holes in the door were completely stripped (I wonder which ham fisted trim guy did this). Deciding to take matters into my own hands, I used Mr. Grip and it seems to have worked great. The screws really dug into the door and seem solid. Like others, I cut thin strips and folded them in half before inserting them into the screw hole. I found it was best to not bend the strips fully in half so that there was some spring action keeping them in the hole. After putting a bend at the center of the strip, I also bent the tip of each end so that it was flared out (sort of like a "Y"); this allowed the tip of the screw to easily wedge in between both sides of the strip before going into the hole. June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by INCREDIBLE PRODUCT IDEA I have an Artimide Tizio lamp that has these weights which allow for balanced movement. The bottom weight is held with two screws. Some manufacturing flaw, the metal screw holes gave out. Contacting the manufacturer didn´t pan out. After examining the holes, I needed something to compensate, and came across Mr Grip in the internet. I measured the depth of the holes, and cut strips of Mr Grip, which I bent in two, and inserted into the hole. I placed the weight on the lamp and screwed it back in. Just what the doctor ordered, perfect solution!!!! I have now a lose cabinet door that I´m going to fix with Mr Grip!!! March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic Product - Must Have in Every Toolbox I purchased this product a week ago, and so far I've repaired 1 chair leg (steel screw into a steel base plate assembly), and 3 cabinet pulls (stripped steel tube from which the screws loosened and came out very often). I only had to use very small pieces, and some only on one side (even though the packaging implies two are required). It is easy to cut, and place, and you can unscrew and try again if necessary. I recommend using a flat head micro screwdriver to smash the metal against the side of the space before attempting to place the screw inside - it tends to help it stay in place better. January 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product to solve a problem with few alternatives. This is a really light, bendable metal. After using is I think you could probably use pieces of an aluminum can for a similar effect. I used it on a metal Anderson storm door. Still these are less than 2 dollars and the screw really dug into the wire mesh. Time will tell but it's a solution. I was using golf tees which were wearing out. The only other solution I could find was using bigger screws. All this did was make bigger stripped holes. December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Repaired stripped bottom threads on pool filter (1500 lbs+ of tension) My fiberglass pool filter bottom threads stripped out. The stainless threaded rod is 1/2 inch plus, load can reach 1 ton before filter gets changed. I wrapped 2 of these around the rod bottom threads, roughest side in, toward threads, wrapped two more around that, roughest side out and pressed them down into stripped hole. Removed rod and tapped them in full depth, then added marine epoxy to hole and threaded the rod into place, driving marine epoxy up thru repair mesh. Waited 24 hours and the fix was complete. Have run 2 weeks without problems. The alternative was to buy a new $450 housing and re-pipe it in. Epoxy alone would NOT have held. July 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick repair! New aluminum patio furniture had 2 stripped holes and we didn't want the trouble of exchanging. Cut a strip for each hole, curved the pieces to the shape of the hole with a needle nose and put in hole. Sized it to 1/2 the circumference of the hole and the screw had enough to bite into. August 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Forget toothpicks This should be a must have in all tool boxes. Fixed my sagging door better than it ever was. Cut very thin strips. Fold them in half longways and fill your stripped out screw hole. So far so good. Let's see how long it lasts. July 15, 2015
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