Dot & dab walls are hated by many and loved by few BUT in this article I’m going to be chatting about how to attach anything to a dot & dab wall with zero hassle. When you know what fixings to use dot & dab can actually be a pleasure to work with. Hopefully you’ll learn to love it as much as I do after reading this.
The humble yellow, red or brown wall plug can take huge loads when used properly. A little while ago we showed that a single red plug can take over quarter of a tonne in concrete. In today’s tips video we’re looking at a few simple tips and techniques to get you of of trouble when you’re attaching things to walls.
Today we’re looking at screws for using in the face grain of MDF. These are commonly used for things like euro hinges, brackets, drawer runners and all sorts of other things. So, what are the best screws for MDF? Let’s find out – welcome back to Test Tuesday! Continue reading “What are the best screws for MDF?”
Have you ever wanted to attach something really heavy to a wall, floor or ceiling? And I mean stupidly heavy… like giant TVs on cantilever arms, network cabinets or huge, ridiculously heavy radiators? Welcome to the world of the Wall Bolt! Today we’re taking a look at how to use wall bolts / expanding anchors. Continue reading “Heavy Stuff on Walls – How to use Wall Bolts?”
Welcome back to Test Tuesday! Today I’m testing light duty plasterboard fittings to see how much load they can actually handle. These little plugs are only for very light items in drywall such as pictures and mirrors. Continue reading “How Strong are Light Duty Plasterboard Fittings?”
Ever wondered how strong drywall anchors really are? Today I’m testing some heavy duty drywall anchors to see how much force they can really handle. These are my go-to fixings for attaching heavy items to plasterboard so let’s see how they do – welcome to Test Tuesday!
Let’s test some red wall plugs to see how strong they are! Continue reading “How Strong are Red Wall Plugs?”
Have you ever wondered how to hang a heavy TV on dot & dab plasterboard? Today I’m showing you how I do this using heavy duty wall bolts or shield anchors.