We’ve shared many ways to remove a stripped screw over the years. Household Hacker has rounded some of the best up into one easy-to-follow video.
We’ve shared most of these tips before (or variations of them), but it doesn’t get much simpler than a one-minute video demonstration. Household Hacker shares five different methods of varying intensity, from using duct tape (or a rubber band) to hammering in the screw to using a dremel to cut a bigger hole. Just make sure you grab some toothpicks if you want to re-fill the hole after you’re done.
5 Ways to Remove Stripped Screws [Household Hacker]
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