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Not tried those , do they sell square drills .I've found B&Q's own brand Diall excellent believe it or not, you can't see it on this link but they have a square head so don't spin.
Diall Nylon Solid wall plug, Pack of 100 | DIY at B&Q
Why do you think that is?I just watched most of the video.
He didn’t need to test the plugs grip. It was obvious that the red plugs have more grip than brown if screw is heavy gauge for the red plug.
We all know this when we try to use a hand screwdriver on heavy screws in red plugs.
I see a lot of plumbers and electricians use mainly red plugs.
I think he's being serious Harvest, what do you want to use a 2"+ plug n screw for? What the cock are you fixing to the wall that requires that sort of anchorage, your Mrs' handcuffs?One thing annoys me about plugs is most of them are very short and it is silly when you want to use a 50mm or longer screw when the plugs are little more than 30mm.
Yes they are great. Used them on Hollow and Solid walls.Best plugs are Fischer’s in my opinion
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