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Can't believe that I haven't seen this fix before. Had to repin for future reference. -- Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee: 1. Put wood glue in the hole 2. Hammer golf tee into hole 3. Use box cutter to cut off excess tee 4. Drill pilot hole and screw new screw directly into the tee! Fixit, Strips Hole, Pilots, Wood Glue, Doors Hinges, Strips Screw, Great Tips, Great Ideas, Golf Tees
Add a toothpick for extra grab in a stripped screw hole! My dad taught my this. I know it works!
Fix striped screw hole: First, remove the stripped screw, either with a screwdriver or a good set of pliers. Next, squirt some carpenter's glue into the hole, insert the pointed end of a golf tee in, and tap the tee into place with a hammer. Using a sharp utility knife, cut off the exposed extra part of the golf tee so that its flush with the doorframe. This will give you a fresh piece of material to drill a new screw into.
Wood glue a golf tee in the loose hole and redrill the hole. 23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook
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.