A: Bought this for my project and extremely happy with the product
A: Just screws but work no stripping heads and like any screw.. holds projects well
A: I do see that there is an issue with the statement and the bullet statements. We will contact Home Depot to have it updated.
A: sorry I cant answer that , this is only social community answers. But if you can download the Home Depot app, once you select your preferred store - you can search the product and it will tell you if and how many are available at that local store. Its comes in handy .
A: Zinc plated screws are corrosive-resistant, but wouldn't be rust proof if the zinc coating wears enough to expose the steel. They could probably be used if there is nothing else available and they're not being directly exposed to water, but Kreg also has exterior screws that would be better suited for outdoor use. I'd use the Kreg Blue-Kote, Kreg stainless steel, or Kreg HD screws for an exterior use before I would go to a zinc-plated screw.
A: I can't really say. I used them to build a table that sits outside in my back porch. No issues after a couple of years later, but it has never been exposed to rain for instance.
A: It's coated to be used indoor and outdoor, maritime applications, excessive exposure to water, and other exceedingly corrosive environments.
A: No, it does not have an exterior use rating.
A: I'm not sure but I would guess no. I think they are pink plated steel.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. These will work well with the MDF but no too well in the particle boards. For the MDF be careful not to over tighten them as they will be easier to strip out in the soft MDF.
A: Yes, if the MFD/particleboard is thick enough. I believe that the thickness needs to be at least 1/2”. You need the Kreg jig to be able to drill it properly, although with a little bit of effort, you may be able to drill the pockets holes without the jig.
A: Yes, I would use glue as well though.
A: Not really! Depends on the type of work as you are thinking to do. If you are thinking in a big project, like a bookshelf or something like that where probably have heavy weight items is not the best choice. For sure they are good in plywoods and solid woods.
A: I thought they were. Granted I am not a pro, but a novice who been doing wood working on and off for about 3 years.