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Trim Head Square Drive Screws - 6 x 2-1/4" (100 per Pack)
Trim Head Square Drive Screws - 6 x 2-1/4" (100 per Pack) Item #: 61234
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Trim Head Square Drive Screws - 6 x 1-5/8" (100 per Pack)
Trim Head Square Drive Screws - 6 x 1-5/8" (100 per Pack) Item #: 61226
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Trim Head Square Drive Screws-Select size

Item #
GRP1355_1
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Trim Head Square Drive Screws-Select size
Trim Head Square Drive Screws-Select size

This screw has the low profile of a finishing nail and the holding power of a screw. Optional Bin Boxes are available with your order.

(1) 100-Pack of Trim Head Square Drive Screws-Select size
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Weight 0.6200
Tech Spec
  • Small 3/16" head uses #1 driver
  • Finish: Black
Size # 6
Head Square
Length 1-5/8"
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The best trim screw
These are the best trim screws out there. I do use other trim screws but something about that #6 size makes me opt to these first. We use trim screws when we are preparing houses for sale/rent and the guys love these screws.
March 18, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
These screws are great and of very good quality. I have used a great deal on case work. I know it is overkill but I use them at shelf ends after gluing shelf into dado. Makes super strong joint and you can either fill or plug the hole. Just be. Sure the heads are below surface. I personally prefer to seat them just slightly below the case surface and fill with good color matched wood filler since the cas is pretty thin at the dado. I also attach some face frames and trim with them, especially if the item is to be painted rather than stained. Love trim head screws.
January 9, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
These are well made and drive effortlessly. I use them for all sorts of jobs. I prefer countersinking the small heads.
June 6, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I love these screws and would not use anything else!!
I have been using these screws for years and would not use anything else. These are very high quality screws and I plan on ordering more of them!!
January 20, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Nice trim head scews
They are a nice screw. Bought them for a a wall mounted tool cabinet I am building from Wood mag. Also however used them to secure an end panel to a counter top, they left a little hole which was easy to fill with putty.
November 1, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I am a newbie to anything...
I am a newbie to anything cabinet related. So I told my wife to get #8's and she came home with #6. I was upset because now my drill and sink all-in-one drill bit wont work. And then I find out from Cliff's comment that you don't need to. Wow, awesome! I saved time not having to countersink into my new kitchen cabinets, and what makes it even more special is that I can place them 1/2 in from the cabinet door hinge screw's hole and sink it completely plush and because the head is so small you see nothing when the door hinge gets put back. I think this is a great accessory to have. I don't know how well it will hold up over time, but so far it seems to really pull the cabinets together the way it should. Thanks for the advice Cliff!
August 7, 2011
This is the best trim screw...
This is the best trim screw ever made. No need to drill counter sink just pre-drill a 1/8" hole and drive it flush or just past flush. I install and design Kitchens for a living and I advise any finish carpenter to use these when installing cabinets. Remember this is a trim screw not a cabinet hanging screw.
June 21, 2010
I use these screws in construction...
I use these screws in construction of cypress patio swings. They draw the wood tightley without requiring much wood filler for the head, in comparison to larger phillip head screws.
December 21, 2008
About what I expected in terms of the product. However, the service was excellent and I am very satisfied.
January 22, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Screws are better than nails
I have taken up using screws for things like baseboard and ceiling molding. This makes them easy to remove and replace so that I can paint or do some work behind the wall. I don't fill in over the screw heads either. The trim head is barely visible and square drive heads are better than philips heads.
November 13, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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I much prefer square drive to others
Michael C on Aug 13, 2018
I needed a small headed screw for the trim around a pocket door since we need to be able to remove the trim if we need to remove the door.
Michele E on Jul 19, 2018
I much prefer square drive to others
Michael C on Aug 13, 2018
They work well in small projects. These screws hide easily.
Larry D on Jul 24, 2018
I needed a small headed screw for the trim around a pocket door since we need to be able to remove the trim if we need to remove the door.
Michele E on Jul 19, 2018
For custom interior trim work.
Brian M on Jul 15, 2018
Needed a fine screw to go thru soft pine.
Emil O on Jul 6, 2018
can't get these in short lengths at local home center
Marianne A on Jun 15, 2018
love the way these hold in wood with a low profile
Michelle R on Apr 24, 2018
Excellent strength and square drive is superior to Phillips.
Mark H on Mar 21, 2018
To install molding
Brian S on Feb 18, 2018
I chose these items because I'm sure like all the products, I purchase they're the best.
Shirley B on Jan 17, 2018
prior purchase
Brent H on Nov 14, 2017
Great for buying cabinets.
Robert H on Oct 29, 2017
These screw are beautiful...and hide nicely. The square drive head doesn't fall off the driver easily. In 25 years I've only broken off 3 screw head while driving them into the wood...and that was in walnut.
Jim M on Oct 14, 2017
to use with 1`4 buttons
Kathy C on Oct 8, 2017
good product, great price!!
Gary S on Sep 27, 2017
Replacing my flooring and did not want to try and nail my trim in all the tight places.
Barton L on Aug 18, 2017
need both sizes to trim out kitchen, window trim, door trip crown trim
Kip L on Aug 1, 2017
Trim work
Ronald R on Jul 23, 2017
ditto
Benton F on May 17, 2017
Worked well for the project chosen.
manuel g on Mar 24, 2017
Good quality when the job calls for special screws.
Kurtis G on Feb 26, 2017
#6 screws longest possible
algis r on Jan 6, 2017
Repairing wall baseboard trim
Ron S on Jan 4, 2017
Hang a mirror frame
John H on Dec 13, 2016
Reorder. Great product
M A on Dec 3, 2016
Looking for small head screws to fix squeaky stairs
Don B on Nov 4, 2016
Ron Paulk recommeded this for his work bench plans
KEVIN S on Oct 31, 2016
For bookcase construction.
David O on May 5, 2016
I like square head screws
MICHAEL B on Apr 2, 2016
trying an alternative to finishing nails
HEIDI S on Mar 7, 2016
I found these do not break like some do.
Bob H on Nov 21, 2015
Doing some furniture and need less obvious screws
Bob the beginner on Nov 12, 2015
I need the smallest screw possible to attach trim to the edge of a flat-top plank.
Tom W on Oct 25, 2015
Used this for some tough to hang heavy crown molding.
Tracy P on Aug 16, 2015
these screws work great on wood working projects
ralph b on Aug 10, 2015
Use them for installing kitchen cabinets. I secure the face frames on cabinets to each other
Bob S on Jul 12, 2015
Gives installed cabinets a finished look.
Harry on Jun 26, 2015
Rockler always what i'm looking for, no matter what I need.
Kathleen F on Jun 14, 2015
They work well in small projects. These screws hide easily.
Larry D on Jul 24, 2018
For custom interior trim work.
Brian M on Jul 15, 2018
Is 2 bigger than !?
Sheryle D on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I assume you mean square head size? The sizes of square heads I have used, from smallest to largest are 0, 1, 2, and 3. A Size 0 is very small and is used for #6 and smaller screws, but generally for #4s and smaller and usually very short , 3/8 inch to maybe 3/4 inch. Most #6s have a Size 1 head, so it just depends on the screw. I have used screws with a Size 1 head up to #8 screws, but usually, #7s are as large as a Size 1 head goes. Size 2 generally takes over at #7-#8 and I have seen them go to a #10 screw, but above that, a Size 3 bit is usually required. Square head screws are the bees knees because they don't cam out easily and if you buy a good screw, they also won't usually torque off. I love these trim head screws. I generally have 3 lengths on hand, 5/8s, 1 5/8s, and 2s. I usually drill a hole before using a 2-inch. I have used these in everything from stair railings to bookcases to even an alter for a church. You will love them.
are these screws for hardwood face-frames?
John D on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used many in hardwood face frames, even in some Purple Heart, but always pre-drill so you do not split your frame if it is narrow. Also be sure to center well in your case material. The pre-drilling pretty well prevents it, but if you don't the screws can do undesirable things when they hit a hard glue line in plywood.
Are these fine thread? Ok to attach molding into steel framing?
chris n on Aug 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would be hesitant to use these screws to attach to metal framing as the threads are a bit too fine to hold in the metal and I think you would have to predrill the metal framing as these particular screws are not self-tapping.
What is the diameter of the head?, and can they be used for 1/4 inch thick panels?
b I on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: dia of head is 3/16" and I would not advise using them on 1/4" thick, mainly because of the countersunk head.
What size bit do I need for finish screws?
Hank R on Jul 1, 2017
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