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#6 Stainless steel flat head slotted wood screws. Wood screws have coarse and deep threads to better anchor into wood. Flat head screws are used for general fastening when the screw head will be flush with the surface or when it will be countersunk and the hole will be plugged. Slotted drive is also called straight slot. Stainless steel provides strong corrosion resistance.

These marine grade screws provide excellent corrosion resistance and are the work horse for modern boatbuilding or exterior woodworking applications.

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Stainless Steel Wood Screws
Flat Head Slotted Drive
18-8 stainless steel Marine grade 300 series stainless steel. 18-8 Stainless is the workhorse for modern boatbuilding. These wood screws have cut threads and the full body-diameter shank preferred by boatbuilders.

Reviews for #6 S/S Wood Screws Flat Head Slotted

2 of 2 Reviews

October 19, 2013

Polish the screw for a better look.
By Curly from Villa Park IL

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I live in a older home built in 1926.I have 12 windows on my front porch.I removed all the hardware from the windows and had it powder coated gloss black. I replaced approximately 275 screws with stainless steel screws.The reasons I went with stainless are 1 they don,t rust and 2 they polish up nicely.With the windows painted a light creme color and the gloss black hardware and screws that look like they are chrome plated makes for a sharp looking porch.Thanks Jamestown Distributors

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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September 3, 2010

Pluses of slotted screws
By Larry from Andover, MA

My main use for slotted screws is replacement of broken or rusted screws in old doors and furniture. Except for square drive screws, slotted screws provide better grip and control at assembly and dis-assembly. Phillips head screws require extra downward pressure often resulting in damage to both the screw and bit. Slotted screws (and square drive) are better with hand tools - my opinion. Slotted screws provide a more traditional face to the observer.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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