These are the M4 x 8mm Hex Socket Flat Head Alloy Steel Screws. Screws can be used for drywall, hardware, plywood, composition, and softwood. The flat head alloy steel screws are most popular head style as the wide bearing surface. You'll be amazed at the difference an auger point makes on a alloy steel hex screw.
## Product Description
Screws can be used for drywall, hardware, plywood, composition, and softwood
The flat head alloy steel screws are most popular head style as the wide bearing surface
It provides corrosion resistance & easy to install
You'll be amazed at the difference an auger point makes on a alloy steel hex screw
Size: M4 x 8mm(Dia. x L)
Material: Alloy Steel
M4 x 8mm Hex Socket Flat Head Alloy Steel Screws
How to Choose the Right Screw
Using the wrong screw can frustrate you and possibly ruin your project. Choose the right one and save yourself the headache. Here are some guidelines.
Think about the thickness of the materials. About two-thirds of the screw should go into the second piece, but the screw should not extend through the other side.
Use lag screws, which are heavy-duty wood screws, for wood-metal fastening.
Use wood screws to hold wood.
Drive a sheet metal screw into thin metals after making a pilot hole. These screws have threads that cut the hole and are made to fasten metal to metal.
Attach a table leg to a table with a dowel screw, which is threaded on both ends.
Put up Sheetrock with a wallboard or Sheetrock screws. These are long and very hard.
Hold particleboard together with particleboard screws. These have wide, sharp threads.
Look for utility screws for appliances and general around-the-house use.
Find one-way screws for places that need to be permanently secure. These screws are very difficult to unscrew.
Countersink flathead screws.
Leave the tops of roundhead wood screws exposed. They are used for attaching thin wood pieces or metal to thicker pieces of wood.
500 x Alloy Steel Screws