Kreg Weather Resistant Pocket-Hole Screw (SML-C250B-50)
- Head Type: Washer
- Product Type: Pocket-Hole Screw
- Callout Size: No. 8
- Screw Length: 2-1/2 in.
- Finish: Zinc
- Material: Steel
- Number in Package: 50 pk
- Thread Type: Coarse
- Drive Type: Square
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Comments about Kreg Weather Resistant Pocket-Hole Screw (SML-C250B-50):
These screws are made specifically for Kreg pocket holes made with their jig. The screw has a flat washer head that prevents it from driving too deep into the wood, and possibly exiting out the edge of your board. These screws are perfect for "two by" lumber, that is, lumber that is actually one and one-half inches thick. They are treated with a corrosion-resistant ceramic coating for outdoor projects. I used them to make some sturdy fence gates out of treated lumber. Even with the washer head design, you have to be a tad careful because treated wood is so soft. But for all of my joints, the screw never went too deep. You just have to get a "feel" for when to let up on the trigger of your impact driver. Practice on some scrap wood and it won't take long. One more thing - I did use some treated lumber adhesive on all of my joints for some additional strength. Maybe it was over-kill to some degree, but I've always used glue on pocket joints for regular lumber, and have always been extremely satisfied with the results.
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