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Old 12-09-2012, 08:28 AM   #31
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Painting the interior of a garage.

Originally Posted by ToolSeeker View Post
It is best to use a drill/driver, with a clutch you can set, so you don't set them to deep or for about $5 you can get a "dimpler" at the big box store and it will allow you set the screws at the right depth.
The dimpler is the way to go. You'll drive yourself crazy trying to set the screws at the right depth with the clutch, because the wood in different places will offer different resistance - you'll never get a consistent depth. Set your driver on drill mode and use the dimpler instead.

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