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Remove stripped screws from kitchen cupboards

Posted by Julian P.


Essendon, Victoria, Australia

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Saturday, 26th May 2018
We have just replaced the knobs on our kitchen cupboards but we weren't able to remove a couple of the screws as they had been stripped so it was hard to get the screw driver to sit in there properly.

If you have remove stripped screws before and have the tools, this will probably be a walk in the park!

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Hey mate l can come by tomorrow arvo if you like or on Saturday lm a qualified cabinetmaker with over 25 yrs experience kind regards Simon
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8mm "master key" will get the old screw out 😁
So are you wanting to remove the screws that you couldn't get these out?

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Julian P.poster
Ah yes, I have seen something about that.

Might have a crack. If I fail, I'll keep you in mind.

Thanks for the advice though mate.
ensure your hammer drill has reverse mode as well.
Rubber band on the front of the screw driver helps also
Just a thought, have you tried the rubber band trick?

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Julian P.poster
I tried something similar but using a piece of material.
Rubber band is far more effective 'cause it's "grippy" :)
Julian P.poster
Thanks for the tip!
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