|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5 x 2.8 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||25225|
|Item Package Quantity||25|
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E-Z Ancor 1 in. Hollow Door and Drywall Anchors (25-Pack)
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- Ideal for fastening applications in hollow core doors and drywall
- Great for hanging towel racks, hooks, pictures, and more
- Use in 1/2 in. or 5/8 in. drywall
- Supports up to 40 lb. in 1/2 in. drywall
- Can be easily removed
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E-Z Ancor 1 in. Hollow Door and Drywall Anchors (25-Pack) are ideal for use in hollow core doors and drywall. They offer a holding strength of up to 40 lb. in 1/2 in. drywall. No pre-drilling is necessary in drywall - anchors screw directly into wall and will not break if they hit a stud. Use only a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Common applications include hanging bathroom accessories, blinds or curtains, clocks, decorative wall hangings and more.
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Butterfly hooks work, but the holes you need to drill in order to push the butterfly anchors through, are always so huge.
I've used these types of anchors in drywall before, but did not realize they also specifically make them for hollow core doors. The only difference I see is that drywall anchors are plastic, and these are some sort of allow metal.
If you've used these types of anchors in hollow core doors, these are used in the exact same way.
Drill a pilot hole first, then screw these anchors in.
One note, if you've used these in drywall, you know that all you need is a small pilot hole. The drywall is soft enough, and the plastic drywall anchors are strong enough, that they will drill themselves through the drywall and enlarge the hole as they are screwed in.
When using these in a hollow core door though, the wood of the door is too strong for a small pilot hole to be enlarged just by this anchor. You'll need to drill a pilot hole that is roughly the size of the middle width of the anchor. The widest last 1/8th of an inch of the anchor will embed itself in as it enlarges the pilot hole.
Per anchor, these are much more expensive than similar type drywall anchors. I don't know if the plastic drywall anchors would work in hollow core doors, but my thinking is that the plastic would break being embedded in even the thin wood skin of the door.
Super strong and easy to use. Very well worth it.
it looked simple enough to this dumb wanna be a do it your self-er woman. So I bought them. They are the BOMB!! Easy to install even for me. The video guy used power tools, but they aren't necessary. Just a Phillips head screwdriver and your done. I was so tickled because it really makes a woman (I am a new widow) feel very empowered when the products and how to's are right at our fingertips. And that the product delivers what is advertised. Try it girls!!!
Heads up: the #6 screws have a rounded "mushroom" cap, widest at the base. If you need something more flush, you'll want to separately get screws with an cone/tapered caps.