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  • Made using durable wood that resists scratches and damage
  • Flat screw hole plugs ensure a firm fit
  • Stain-grade hardwood ensures easy maintenance
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Since 1910, General Tools has grown to become the recognized industry leader for specialty hand tools and instruments. As an FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), certified company, General's wood joining program includes wood based products that are manufactured in accordance with FSC standards. The FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world's forests and is nationally represented in more than 50 countries around the world.
  • Premium flat head screw hole plugs have a tapered tenon to insure a tight fit
  • Designed to form a flush finish in furniture and other woodworking applications
  • Paint or stain for a perfect wood-color match or for accentuated contrast
  • 40 flat head plugs in each set
  • Packaging can be resealed, giving the user the ability to open the plugs without having to use all of them at once
  • California residents

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perfect to plug old box trailer floor....
Bough an old box trailer from a buddy. He had drilled holes all over the floor. Used a slightly smaller drill bit, and prepped all the the blank holes. Hammered these plugs in for a great seal, and painted. looks great and spent 3 extra bucks. Thanks HD!
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Response from General ToolsJan 22, 2021
We appreciate the positive feedback you recently submitted on your General Tools purchase. For nearly a century, General Tools has been a recognized leader in the design and development of precision specialized tools. We pride ourselves in delivering the PRECISE tool for the job. Thanks again for your product review. We are pleased that you are satisfied with your General Tools purchase!
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    Worked great for my project....
    Worked great for my project.
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      I used a few of these to replace some missing...
      I used a few of these to replace some missing wooden door stops on my vintage glass front bookcases, so not as plugs. They stained easily and were light weight enough to stick to the oak cabinet with a dab of Liquid Nails. Those doors have been bothering me for ages and now they work like they should.
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      These flat head wood plugs worked great!
      These flat head wood plugs worked great!
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      I used a Forstner bit to insure an accurate hole...
      I used a Forstner bit to insure an accurate hole but found that some of the plugs were not quite 1/2” and did not fit tightly in the hole
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      Good
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      Description just said plugs were composed of ‘hardwood’ whereas they...
      Description just said plugs were composed of ‘hardwood’ whereas they were made of oak, while a hardwood, they were more difficult to work with due to their dark color.
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      Hide & plug larger countersunk screws & bolt holes
      Plugs larger screw & bolt holes. Softwood sands flush easily. Stains & finishes well.
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      Good Folding Door: Bad Instructions
      This folding door looks great and is easy to use, once installed. It is shipped a full 96 inches high: for most doorways it must be cut shorter. The website says simply it can be cut with any fine-toothed saw. The instructions packed with the door say nothing about how to cut it down. First, you gotta hold it firmly together. I cut mine with a 24 tooth hacksaw: that part was OK, but as soon as it is cut, the pieces are free to slide apart. about 40 little screws must be removed from the bottoms of the cut-off pieces and screwed back into the remaining bottom ends of the door. You had better have a nice new, sharp #1 Philips screwdriver! This "little" procedure took about 90 minutes.
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