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Mindy Garcia
Mindy Garcia • 1 year ago

Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. I would never have known how to do this.

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Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. I would never have known how to do this.

Golf tee fix for stripped holes - put in glue, hammer in golf tee, cut off excess, then add screw = fixed.

DIY Tip of the Day: Quick Fix for Loose Door Screws. If a loose screw doesn’t get a grip, try my grandfather's solution. Fill the hole with steel wool, short length of plumbing solder, or wooden match (noncombustible end). Then reinstall the screw. To fill larger holes, insert a wooden golf tee, then cut it off flush. Drill a centering hole and replace the screw. Don't use glue - the screw might never come out again!

Enlarged screw holes can be quickly repaired by filling the hole with a wooden golf tee. Use a hacksaw to saw the tee flush with the wood's surface, then sand and finish.

Quick Tip: Use a Golf Tee to Fix a Door Hinge

Make a balloon garden using golf tees- so beautiful! Great for parties, weddings, and more

Party entrance Idea - use golf tees to keep in ground

DIY Tip of the Day: Marking Pilot Holes for Mounting Brackets. Marking the pilot holes for miniblind or other small brackets is painstaking work. Here’s an easier way. Transfer the pilot holes to a piece of tape, and stick the tape where the bracket is to be fastened. Drill the pilot holes and mount your brackets.

store bobbins with the thread it goes with using a golf tee and rubber band

Use golf tees to stake balloons to the ground.

Use tees to keep sandwiches together! Great idea for golf-themed party