Someone asked sometime back about the recex screws offered at
www.quikdrawers.com. Well, I bought em', and I am sold. The recex
design is sweet, the combo drive worx well and the price was fine.
I can't get these locally so this will be fine for me. I got them in
3 different lengths and I also bought some 3 1/2" washer head screws
for cabinet mounting.
I have never used a screw as aggressive as these and the nibs do
indeed prevent the need for countersink drilling. I guess it is the
prelube that makes them so smooth on the drive. If you have not tried
them, you ought to.
On Fri, 09 Jan 2009 08:00:55 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The recex screw has been around a while as a quality screw mostly in
Our big box stores are not concerned with carrying quality screws,
just high margin screws.
The prelubed screws are certainly much easier to drive and with the
cutting threads, the combination makes short work of a long screw. Not
that I am in favor of short screws, I like them all, I just don't
always have time for a long screw.
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