Cedar bungs and plugs are ideal for covering or filling wood screws in cedar. Chamfered wood plugs are perfect for applications where finished appearance is important. The flat grained orientation of these plugs will allow you to match the grain and disguise the unwanted screw hole. Other sizes and woods available.
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Bungs and Plugs
What is the actual size of these plugs? Are they tapered at all? Thinking of using them for siding insulation hole fillers
not tapered. Were the actual size listed. I used for some outdoor furniture.
what type of cedar are these, western red?
I wish I could help. Honestly, I don't know how to distinguish a western red cedar.Again, sorry,Alan
ROBERT A HAYS
I'am not sure on the species of cedar they where. worked great and where flawless, but with the quantity we use during production found more economical to buy a bung/ tenon cutter. There are different style cutters first set we had where cheap and dulled very quickly. The second one i bought waste more material but has worked flawlessly for thousands of bungs makes bung/ tenon that is a 1" long we then cut them into four pieces for plugin screw holes. Nice thing about making your own is that You use up more of your scrap wood and you can color match much better. With this said if you only need a few buy them made but if you going to need lots make them yourself with the cutter and drill press.
They do not smell like an aromatic cedar - and they are white.
It is hard to be sure from a the picture. They do appear to have the grain and color of Western red Cedar.Steve
I don't recall if they were red cedar. I used them to plug the countersunk screws on my deck structure. I glued them in with exterior glue, then sanded them flush with the surface. I built my deck with treated southern yellow pine and the plugs worked great.
I'm not sure. They were pretty light in color. Container didn't say. Worked great though.
uh....I'm not sure how to review cedar bungs...
...they work as expected...
Beach Haven, NJ
Not very good
Since I didn't want to buy the equipment to cut my own plugs, there was little choice in buying these hard-to-find cedar plugs for a lawn chair I was building. They smell great. Unfortunately many of them are very rough, and sanding even slightly wrecks the roundness so that it doesn't look as good in filling the hole. Not worth the price--better to make your own.
West Chester, PA
Just what i needed
Used the product to fill screw holes in a chair. Way better than cutting all of them myself.
Cedar Wood Bungs
The product worked well. However, I wanted red cedar plugs. Majority of the plugs were white grain cedar. It looks ok. However, I wanted the plugs to blend into the red cedar that was used on my wood ice chest. I am disappointed, but will live with the results.