[Video] How to Repair a Stripped Wood Screw Hole

You notice that your door is not shutting properly, so you check and find that the screws on the door hinge are loose. You grab a screw driver to tighten them down, but when you do they just keep spinning. The screw hole has become stripped and needs to be repaired.

There are a number of different ways of how to repair a stripped screw hole, depending on the size of the screw and hole it makes.

If you have a cabinet door with small screws, using wooden toothpicks or slivers from some scrap wood and some glue will do the trick.

With larger screws like an entry door, using a golf tee and glue will work for a while.

For a better repair that will last a long time check out the video on the Next Page.

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