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I've just used some on a wonky towel rail. I thought the job was going to involve a lot of filling, drilling and fiddling but the job took 15 minutes with these and the towel rail is rock solid. I've got some loose stuff in the ICT suites that I was planning to do next week. Hopefully, this is going to make it so much easier.
not to be pedantic, but the timer showing 3 mins actually ends up at about 3 mins 10 secs. if i have to wait those extra 10 secs im not buying
and for that reason, im out
Last edited by MK-2; 24th August 2011 at 11:15 AM.
What a brilliant idea. Defo one for my DIY toolkit.
tech_guy (24th August 2011)
If it moves and shouldn't - use a hot glue gun
If it dont move and it should - use WD40
and most important if you cant hit it with a hammer you have an electrical problem.
 Actually, the towel rail in question is so wonky it's been sitting on top of a bookcase in a completly different room for the past 6 months. That's pretty wonky, really.
the other thing was him putting it up on bathroom tiles, then hitting it with a hammer. by all means hit the bathroom tiles with a hammer by accident
1) do it right in the first place.
2) drill the hole deeper, get a longer screw and put two plugs in the hole and screw through both.
3) use these: TCM380M-PRO-KIT Chemical Anchor Polyester Resin Kit 380ml
john (25th August 2011)
Not always possible Oaktech. My house is a great example, there is no drill known to man that will penetrate more than 2cm into some walls and using an 8mm bit in other walls will guarantee a 24mm hole. DIY ftw.
I'm currently trying to decide how to attach things to what appears to be concrete skirting boards.
Diamond drill bits FTW. C4 as a last resort.
New tile drills will probably drill terrazzo, but I've not tried it.
I like the look of the disks, lots of difficult walls in the old part of the school here. And made by Fischer, they will probably work!
No Nails ??
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