using polyfilla around a rawlplug

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Huge wrote:

I think a rawlplug is called a ribbed plastic anchor or a concrete anchor?
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The Medway Handyman wrote:

ribbed for her pleasure....?
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And available in all the best toilets
(or as the Septics call them - bathrooms. Who the hell would want to bath in the pisshouse ?)

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Doug Miller wrote:

station slag..sometimes called a cinder block. A rwawlplug is a trade name for originally a fiber plug inserted into masonry to take a wood screw. Now universally plastic.
Polyfilla is a trade name for (iriginally) a cellulose based filler..somewhat like 'spackle' ..its now a tradename for a huge variety of filling products..
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torge conrad maguar wrote:

Its not a bad idea, though sand and cement mortar is better. Often pays to make quite a large hole, paint it with THICK PVA, slap in the mortar and push the plug into that leaving a matchstick sticking out, then when set make good with plaster and paint..then pull the matchstick out and screw whatever into the hole.
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