1) Submitted by
Ted, from Tavares, FL
Nice finishing touch when you can't hide the screw heads. The caps work as advertized as long as the screw head is flush with the wood surface. Otherwise you have to back the screw out to meet the cap or glue the caps in place.
2) Submitted by
Sue, from Wayland, MI
Met my needs very well. I glued them on as they did not fit with the screws that I had used but they covered the holes and gave a finished look.
3) Submitted by
Mr. Hambrecht, from Burton, OH
Met my needs extremely well. I glued them in because I never plan to remove them. Perfect - hid the screws and gave a nice finished look.
4) Submitted by
Bernhard Matz, from Nashua, NH
The screws must be flush with the surface. I found this out after the fact and had to back the screws out slightly. Fortunately, I also glued the joints at assembly.
5) Submitted by
Bill Busbey, from Decatur, IL
The only way these will work is if the screw head is level with the surface. If you go just a little deeper with driving the screw the cap will not stay in the square hole in the screw.
6) Submitted by
Wesley E Provines, from Wichita, KS
For me after I pushed them in with my finger, I slightly tapped with a hammer. This way I felt they were more secure and flattened them out to give an overall better appearance.
7) Submitted by
David Shapiro, from Alexandria, VA
These caps will not fit screws that have been countersunk. This limits their usefulness if the screws need to be deeply embedded. Also, the quality control is poor as some of the protruding centers of the caps are misshapen and will not conform to the square head of the screw. At least 20% of the caps in the bag were not able to be used.
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- 02/19/2012 See more...