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When a screw hole in wood get stripped, it can be frustrating and annoying to repair. This is usually because the wood fibers around the screw threads have torn away from excessive use or too much weight being placed on the screw. Screwed joints get their strength because of the way the screw threads wedge themselves into the wood fibers. Wear and tear or sudden stress on the joint causes those wood fibers to pull free. This failed joint can happen anywhere but it most commonly happens where hinges are fastened to doors and door frames. Door frames can be used and stressed thousands of times per year and it is quite common for the screws holding the door hinges to lose their hold with time. Fixing the stripped screw hole in wood is easier than you might expect. There are a lot of solution for fixing a stripped screw hole but none are as great as the Screw-It-Again wood anchor.
The easiest and most secure way of fixing a stripped screw hole in wood is the Screw It Again wood anchor! The Screw It Again wood anchor can fix stripped screw holes in 4 easy steps which takes less than a minute. The Screw-It-Again anchor is the one and only wood anchor/fastener engineered to fix stripped screw holes in all types of WOOD, MDF, plywood and particle board in less than a minute. In an independent test by a 3rd party, Screw It Again showed it can withstand a pull force of close to 300 pounds for the largest size screw hole. This makes it the most secure and strongest solution on the market! Below are 4 easy steps to fix a stripped screw hole in wood in less than a minute.
One of the most frustrating experiences in woodworking is figuring out how to to fix a screw hole when it becomes stripped out and will no longer support the fixture, hinge or accent what it was designed to hold. Until now, to fix a stripped screw hole has been challenging as there never was a "one-size-fits-all" solution to the problem until Screw It Again. Screw It Again wood anchors are available online in our store or through local hardware stores like True Value, Ace Hardware, and Do It Best Hardware.