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Teak wood plugs or bungs are perfect for when the finished appearance is important. The flat-grained orientation of these plugs will allow you to match the grain and disguise the unwanted screw hole in teak wood trim.
August 31, 2020
These bungs are good quality and reasonably priced.
July 6, 2020
Replugging a tired deck. While the pugs are not uniform in height they are of good quality and uniformally round.
March 15, 2020
Using these (1/2" size) to reset a couple hundred screws on a teak boat deck. Had to throw out appx 10-15 % of the plugs in the last package of 100 because they had flat spots up the side and were unusable. Other issue is a number of them were on the short side. No real taper or chambered edge to the plugs either...Think I'll find a new source as these are just being bought and resold by JD, it's not like they are manufacturing the product in their facility.
November 23, 2018
Good quality bungs
October 23, 2018
I am actually giving it 4 1/2 stars. It lost a half star for about 1/4 of them being slightly to short. For the price that's a lot that I couldn't use. Other than that, very good product.
April 25, 2018
consistent diameter and depth . thank you !
March 23, 2018
used on a floor project found plugs to be useable but inconsistent in shapes some had flat edges most had no taper I could use for my application but some what dissapointed
March 28, 2016
Sometimes I order these bungs, and the taper end is good. Last time I ordered 1/2" bungs, they measured in at 15/32" on the smaller (tapered) end, and 17/32" on the larger end. Great. Other times, its 1/2" on the smaller tapered end, and 9/16" on the larger end. I split some expensive teak deck planks before I realized what was going on. How about some quality control?
February 22, 2016
I looked all over and the only supplier that carried 7/16" teak plugs was Jamestown. They worked well, were priced right, and delivered quickly. What more could you ask?
January 25, 2016
I built a new teak swim platform for my trawler. It was constructed with 7/8" wide teak strips that are glued and screwed together. I used the 7/16" plugs to fill the visible screw holes. That was about 50 holes. Jamestown was the only source I could find for 7/16" teak plugs.