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Golf Tee For Filling Screw Hole

When I have a screw hole that has been waddled out and need to fill it, I just drive a wooden golf peg in it as far as it will go and then break the remaining of it off. It works great and afterward I can replace the screw where it belongs.

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By Margie from Wagener, SC

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July 12, 20070 found this helpful

Well, thank you. I'll begin watching for golf tees curbside since we don't have a single one. That idea
certainly sounds reasonable. I try to use several glue-coated toothpicks, so I don't have to redrill for the screw. I'll keep what you do in mind. God bless you. : )

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