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Phillips II Plus #9 3-1/2 in. Phillips-Square Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack)
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Phillips II Plus

#9 3-1/2 in. Phillips-Square Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack)

$28.98 /each

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Complete your project with this great general purpose, color matched, indoor and outdoor screws. No more loose nails or raised heads. Use on decks, fences, porches, stairs and other projects for a professional appearance and the highest build quality. Complete your project with these great general purpose indoor and outdoor screws. No more loose nails or raised heads. Use on decks, fences, porches, stairs and other projects for a professional appearance and the highest build quality.

  • Free driver bit included in each box
  • Phillips Square-Drive recess resists stripping
  • Also drives with a #2 square bit
  • Color matched to look good in your project
  • ACR coating resists corrosion

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#9 3-1/2 in. Phillips-Square Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This type screw is vastly superior to the Torx head screw. I have used the Phillips II screws for years. I did not realize how well the Phillips II bits would hold the screw until I bought a set of screws with the Torx head. The Torx head screws are OK, but if you ever let the bit turn in the head of the screw it wears the Torx screwdriver. It does not take long until the Torx head will not turn the screws. I am going to stop buyin the Grip Rite brand with the Torx head and go back to the Phillips II brand. The one prblem you will have with the Phillips II screws is sometimes the bit will stick in the screw. You just have to get used to giving the drill a little side tilt before pulling the bit out.
Date published: 2015-03-10
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