Time Saving Anchors in Plastic or Zinc Designed for Anchoring to Drywall
When anchoring to walls, you can't always screw into a stud. In this scenario you would have to use a drywall anchor, which expands behind each board of drywall, gypsum board or sheetrock, to prevent pullout of a screw and keep pictures, curtain rods, mirrors or other light duty materials hanging up on the wall.
Standard drywall anchors require a multi-step process of drilling a hole, hammering in a plastic anchor, and then using a sheet metal screw to anchor the hardware or material to the wall. Self Drilling Drywall Anchors eliminate the first and second step, as the feature a self drilling point and deep cutting threads to allow for one step installation using a standard cordless drill, which saves time and frustration. Drywall anchors in this selection feature a #2 Phillips drive for installation that can also be utilized to remove the anchor if needed.
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