Rather than leaving a gaping pocket on the back of a cabinet face frame, why not fill the hole with these easy to use pre-formed plugs and really impress your customer? The plugs install proud of the surface to be sanded flush. Made in USA.
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Looks good in place
from Kingsville, TX
About Me Professional
Comments about 50 Walnut Kreg Pocket Plugs:
I make Mesquite furniture using either black tinted epoxy or turquoise to fill in the worm holes and wind splits. I decided to try the Kreg system to reinforce the joints and walnut plugs to fill the holes. It worked out great. The screws reinforce the joints and the dark-brown plugs fit right in to the Mesquite color scheme.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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i would buy this again
By dont rush me
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
good way to use pocket screws on exposed areas
IT DID WHAT I THOUGHT
By MR HONG
About Me Beginner
USED IT TO LEVEL TABLES IN MY RESTURANT. [$] CENTS EACH COMPARED TO .70 FOR PLASTIC LEVEL MEANT FOR LEVELING TABLES
Walnut Pocket Plugs
By Dave's Specialties
from Eureka, SC
I'm new with the Kreg but these pocket plugs are super. A slight taper on the butt end would help installing them. I make furniture so I'm using the Kreg to replace the biscuits in many cases. So far I've only used the Kreg on Black Walnut but will be using the oak and cherry shortly. Thanks. On line orders don't agree with your ad so I had to use the phone.