Mixed wall plugs £2.29 @ Screwfix
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Mixed wall plugs £2.29 @ Screwfix

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Found 16th Jan
Mixed wall plugs. 600 pack, 200 of each Brown, red, yellow.
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polarbaba2 m ago

Any with wings on offer?


Nah.. they would probably fly off the shelves
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Any with wings on offer?
polarbaba2 m ago

Any with wings on offer?


Nah.. they would probably fly off the shelves
polarbaba2 h, 31 m ago

Any with wings on offer?



No - full price only for Linda McCartney and Denny Laine
Edited by: "Red_Robbo" 16th Jan
totally awful wall plugs might as well fix things to wall with sky hooks
Red_Robbo1 h, 13 m ago

Full price only for Linda McCartney and Denny Laine


I'm a vegan so that's funny twice over!
playnice4055 m ago

totally awful wall plugs might as well fix things to wall with sky hooks


Where can I get sky hooks to try them and compare?
maffeycourt2 h, 38 m ago

Where can I get sky hooks to try them and compare?



just go into any builders merchants or good diy shop and ask for them they will sort you out
playnice403 m ago

just go into any builders merchants or good diy shop and ask for them they …just go into any builders merchants or good diy shop and ask for them they will sort you out


Nice.
Not voting as ok for some.. I only buy Fischer wall plugs.. Much harder plastic and don't have a flange bit at the head like some as you can't get them all the way in sometimes. Bought and binned some cheapo plugs in the past but some may find these work of them..
Edited by: "wayners" 16th Jan
wayners1 h, 12 m ago

Not voting as ok for some.. I only buy Fischer wall plugs.. Much harder …Not voting as ok for some.. I only buy Fischer wall plugs.. Much harder plastic and don't have a flange bit at the head like some as you can't get them all the way in sometimes. Bought and binned some cheapo plugs in the past but some may find these work of them..


Legitimate use of the word ‘flange’ - heat.
Personally I tend to use the cheap red wall plugs from Tool Station with a 5mm SDS bit. The plug should be a snug fit in the hole so that it takes a couple of gentle taps with a hammer to get it flush with the wall.

The tiny yellow plugs have such limited use that 200 is more than enough to last most people a lifetime.
Doug_17th Jan

Personally I tend to use the cheap red wall plugs from Tool Station with …Personally I tend to use the cheap red wall plugs from Tool Station with a 5mm SDS bit. The plug should be a snug fit in the hole so that it takes a couple of gentle taps with a hammer to get it flush with the wall. The tiny yellow plugs have such limited use that 200 is more than enough to last most people a lifetime.


I thought the yellow plugs are for putting in the red plugs that can sometimes can be found in a brown plug? And all plugs work better when you cut the end off so it fits in the shallow hole.. Also cut the screw off if you find them to long. Makes the job much more interesting when removing curtains ect when all the screws are different heads.. I like to carry a range of screwdrivers in my pockets. Why make the job simple!
Edited by: "wayners" 18th Jan
What was original price?
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