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How do I put a screw in a piece of wood?


Question asked by: knowitall

This is simple.

Just use a hammer to knock it in.

Tip: be sure to apply absolutely straight on pressure.

Why? Otherwise it may bend.

Best: practice first on a scrap piece of wood if this is the first time to ensure that you get it right with the real thing!

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If its a screw it depends on the thickness of the timber if its only a thin screw in a thick piece of timber just hold it and screw with a drill or screwdriver for big screw you need to piolet hole them first this stops the wood from splitting once you have done that just screw it in as normal
By: mjohnson

Date of comment: Thu, Jan 29th 2009

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