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. Sold in packs of 50.
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Perform as expected
By Mac in Virginia
from Burke, Va.
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Comments about 50 Pine Kreg Pocket Plugs:
I normally use hardwood plugs, but with paint projects the pine plugs work fine. I used to order "Paint grade" plugs (which were usually pine anyway) but they apparently are no longer stocked. I have a table saw jig that cuts the plugs at the optimum length for the particular pocket hole to reduce the sanding required.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Boyden, IA
Making cabinets to cover the screws so there is no hardware showing.
By Tommy V
from Beachwood, NJ
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
These plugs work well with the Kreg jig system. Easy to use and had no problem sanding them even with the wood. Takes stain well. Would recommend just a drop of glue while inserting in pocket hole.
Better looking finish
from Orlando, FL
I thought that these would be ready to use, but I found that I had to cut each one to fit into the pocket hole. It wasn't difficult, but I thought it would be unnecessary.
The pocket plugs were easy to install
from Woodland, California
some of the plugs didn't fill the slots snug and tightly. it could be the way i drilled the slottedholes. Otherwise the plugs worked great.