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Kreg P-OAK Oak Plugs for Pockets, 50-Pack

by Kreg

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  • Covers up joint pocket holes
  • Plugs require minimal sanding to match pocket angles
  • Package sealing prevents warping from moisture
  • 50-Count-packages
  • Made from accurate dowel for minimal sanding
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Kreg P-OAK Oak Plugs for Pockets, 50-Pack + Kreg P-PIN Pine Plugs for Pockets, 50-Pack + Kreg SK03 Pocket-Hole Screw Kit in 5 Sizes
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number P-OAK
Product Dimensions4 x 2.8 x 1.6 inches
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Item model numberP-OAK
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorOak Plugs
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002240O
Best Sellers Rank #14,878 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Kreg Oak Plugs for Pockets smoothly covers up pocket holes with oak dowels that securely join wood surfaces. The plugs fit perfectly into pocket holes and require minimal sanding to match pocket angles. The plugs are sealed in their packages to prevent warping from moisture accumulation. This pack includes 50 plugs.

Product Description

Most of the time pocket holes can be placed on the backside or underside of a project where they are hidden from view. From time to time, however, you may find the need to place one in a visible location. These wood plugs are pre-cut at the proper angle to fill and hide pocket holes. Just glue and sand flush. Package of 50.

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All Kreg tools do a fabulous job....its amazing to see the products after the completion.
Sally LaRue
A pocket hole jig is a great addition to any shop and to make it even better Kreg has these little plugs to easily fill your holes when you're done.
koboilila
The plugs worked great, but I was initially unware that the fat end of the plug would need to be cut down slightly for them to fit.
G. Johnson

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By koboilila on December 20, 2008
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No, Kreg did not invent the pocket hole jig, but they sure made it easily availble to the masses.

A pocket hole jig is a great addition to any shop and to make it even better Kreg has these little plugs to easily fill your holes when you're done.

I recall that the last time I was reading the reviews there were those who were crying that the plugs were too long; said that they had to speng forever sanding them down after they were glued in place.

The kind folks at Kreg did that on purpose fellas - one size fits all. Most home handy man types are probrobly using basic 3/4 inch stock but the pocket hole jig is great for a variety of thickness materials and thes plugs are made to use with thick and thin stock.

For 3/4 inch material I either set my small chop saw to about 30 degrees (putting a piece of scrapwood against the backing to hold the plug steady against) and lop off about a quarter of an inch off the fat end of the plug. If I am lazy or only need one or 2 plugs I just zip off a hunk quickly with my little band saw or scroll saw.

Put a little glue in the whole and slide the plug down till it is almost flush.

It dont get much easier than that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard Harrison on November 4, 2006
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I have been using this system for some time and these plugs just finish the joint off. Thanks Kreg.

ps: If you want to set off a joint ie: drawer- use a dark plug.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Hank H. Harr on March 10, 2006
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These plugs are almost perfect. The purpose of this plug is to cover up the somewhat unsightly hole left when creating a joint with the Kreg Pocket Jig. They only need to be used if the joint is made somewhere it can bee seen like the inside of a cabinet door when it is opened. I bought these for doors I was making on a linen closet out of oak. They worked nicely the only problem is they are a little on the big side and once they are installed in the hole and all glued in they protrude past the surface of the wood 3/16" to 1/4" and that is quite a bit of sanding to do if you have done a whole door or in my case four doors. That amounted to 32 plugs to sand. I just stood up the frames and set my table saw to a very close position and ran them through and was able to cut off the majority of the excess and then the sanding went pretty fast. This is a very dangerous way to do this and if the plugs were just smaller this step could be eliminated. I don't own a belt sander but it would be a safer way to do this but then you have the risk of gouging your joint and damaging it then you get to start over and why would you have to spend another $100 for a tool to knock down the excess plug. I am going to build more frames soon but they will all be getting painted not stained so I will be using wood filler instead of the plugs so no more close calls with the saw blade for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rwizard VINE VOICE on July 29, 2009
Yes, they work, and as Kreg warns you, they are cut a little long. But then, maybe that gives you an excuse to buy that nifty Japanese flush cut saw you keep fondling at the local wood working store ?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jackson65 on September 15, 2007
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These plugs work great. I don't think I'd have the patience to cut my own when I need to either hide pocket holes or, use them as part of the design. As good as they are I've given 4 stars because of price, otherwise they are a 5 star product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Ballard on February 9, 2010
They fit well, take stain or paint, and are consistant. What more could you ask for?
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By New England Yankee on September 12, 2008
I'm ambivalent about exposed, finished (plugged) pocket holes. Face it, they just aren't as attractive or decorative as, say, exposed dovetails. The fancied-up project you see in ads with contrasting color plugs doesn't improve things much, either.

Plugs DO work ... mostly. The basic problem is that the edge of a pocket hole is typically not very clean, so while the plug can be seated and glued in quite firmly, the effect at the edges still isn't pristine enough to my eyes to for finish quality. Other reviewers have commented on the large amount of protruding plug that has to be trimmed & sanded, which I wholeheartedly second.

I personally think the best use for pocket hole plugs is for painted work, where the plug can be made completely invisible.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy A. Bearth on August 15, 2006
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this product was exactly what i needed and it had exceptional quality with bottom line priceing.
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