TIMBADECK DOUBLE COUNTERSUNK CARBON STEEL DECKING SCREWS 4.5 X 65MM 500 PACK £9.99 Screwfix
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TIMBADECK DOUBLE COUNTERSUNK CARBON STEEL DECKING SCREWS 4.5 X 65MM 500 PACK £9.99 Screwfix

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Found 4th May
Prodrive. Single thread, carbon steel decking screws. Organic coating. Partially threaded.

  • Double-Countersunk Head with Underhead Ribs
  • 40° Thread for Secure Fixing & High Pull-Out Resistance
  • Green
  • Excellent for All Decking Applications
  • Partially Threaded for Increased Clamping Strength
  • Slash Point for Reduced Torque & Timber Split
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Carbon Steel = Rust within a day, so don't use outside.
If you don’t want green then brown at same price screwfix.com/p/t…251
Also save money .... buy 5 packs or more and they are £9.98 a pack.
Buying too many screw nowadays
Roger_Irrelevant2 h, 20 m ago

Carbon Steel = Rust within a day, so don't use outside.


These are the organic coated screws for decking.
patrickrsx42 m ago

These are the organic coated screws for decking.


Organic coatings are nearly always a barrier coating. That is to say they provide corrosion protection by forming a barrier between the substrate and the atmosphere, and if this is broken protection ceases. Still rusts since it's carbon steel if the protection is gone.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 4th May
Please can I recommend the ones with a slim head? I bought them from Toolstation. They come with the correct bit to drive them in. Reason is, I have built 4 decent sized decks and I always used the Philips wide head screws before and they always were visible. With the thin head screws they sink into the wood and become almost invisible. Can still reach if need to undo and the pattern of the hole to accept the bit is such that you get a better fit so less slipping.
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Roger_Irrelevant13 h, 20 m ago

Carbon Steel = Rust within a day, so don't use outside.


By the time they rust, the decking will be replaced twice. If decking is not coverd by a roof or a thick layer of paint, it will not last longer than 10-15years max. Those screws will live longer than that unless damaged.
That's us all screwed now, they are back to £19.99, so maybe it's time to expire the deal.
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