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Reisser PZ Countersunk PZ Yellow Woodscrews 3 x 16mm 200 Pack 99p @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Reisser PZ Countersunk PZ Yellow Woodscrews 3 x 16mm 200 Pack 99p @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Posted 13th Jan

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High performance woodscrews. Non-snapping due to a reinforced collar. Deep PZ recess reduces the risk of cam-out. Lubricated, sharp, wide, deep thread reduces driving resistance. Tropicalised yellow coating for rust-resistance. 25° needle point gives an immediate start.

  • Non-Snapping Reinforced Collar
  • Deep PZ Recess
  • Lubricated, Sharp, Wide, Deep Thread
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3 x 16 mm is just over half an inch so don’t think they’ll do to put that studded wall up
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3 x 16 mm is just over half an inch so don’t think they’ll do to put that studded wall up
Good for piano hinges!
Viagra would be an excellent name for screws,self tapping and countersinking lubricated springs to mind!
Can't beat a good, hard screw. Thanks OP!
"Tropicalised yellow coating"

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Edited by: "furiousjammin" 13th Jan
Typically none available this side of the universe.
Oos in my 6 nearest stores and also for delivery so basically a waste of time.
boostii13/01/2020 23:07

Oos in my 6 nearest stores and also for delivery so basically a waste of …Oos in my 6 nearest stores and also for delivery so basically a waste of time.


Second that

None available within 25 miles
healthandsafety13/01/2020 20:53

Viagra would be an excellent name for screws,self tapping and …Viagra would be an excellent name for screws,self tapping and countersinking lubricated springs to mind!


Your mind needs to be countersunk and tapped
Whats the point of
healthandsafety13/01/2020 20:53

Viagra would be an excellent name for screws,self tapping and …Viagra would be an excellent name for screws,self tapping and countersinking lubricated springs to mind!


Whats the point in calling it Viagra, its like in real life, you cant get hold of these screws,OOS im going home for a Kebab
Edited by: "Georgedeals" 14th Jan
That isn’t particularly cheap for a box of tiny screws. And they are tiny, not much use for anything to be honest.

And if you do want some, you can get a box of 200 from toolstation for 91p.


toolstation.com/sin…411
What kind of woodscrews would be good to use to build a shed please?
All Reisser screws are on clearance. The 5 x 100 mm are down to £9.99 for a box of 200 (50% off).
eldaniel14/01/2020 14:23

What kind of woodscrews would be good to use to build a shed please?


Better using nails. Screws are more expensive.
eldaniel14/01/2020 14:23

What kind of woodscrews would be good to use to build a shed please?


I built mine with 75mm drywalls and 4x2, no predrilling required. Perks of the job being a partition fixer only paid for the cladding the rest was left over because someone over ordered
rob2817/01/2020 23:07

I built mine with 75mm drywalls and 4x2, no predrilling required. Perks of …I built mine with 75mm drywalls and 4x2, no predrilling required. Perks of the job being a partition fixer only paid for the cladding the rest was left over because someone over ordered


Sorry am just starting my DIY life. Why no predrilling required for the one you described please?
eldaniel18/01/2020 00:07

Sorry am just starting my DIY life. Why no predrilling required for the … Sorry am just starting my DIY life. Why no predrilling required for the one you described please?


75mm Drywalls will easily screw through 2 inch softwood with no predrilling pulling themselves in with no countersinking either
Argyll6814/01/2020 23:24

Better using nails. Screws are more expensive.


If you want it to sway and wobble in the wind yes use nails 😄
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