- Aug 26, 2005
bahhh .... any tips on removing old as$ screws and bolts???
I do the same thing, but spray it with PBlaster after I heat instead of soaking it beforehand. As it cools, it will allow the blaster to soak in as the bolt cools. Give it a short turn to tighten, wait a bit, then back it out. Usually pretty effective.hansolo said:I learned this from a rodder. Heat the frozen bolt/screw, when possible, then apply parafin wax. Due to capillary action, the wax will travel along the threads. Wait till it cools then remove.
brew8 said:Use a hand impact driver especially for the phillips screws, then just hammer them out, BTW get a good phillips screw bit that fits the screw.
Exactly the opposite of my experience, both with current Craftsman tools, and with ez-outs in general.B6i6K6e6R6b6O6y said:i use my easy outs all the time never any. maybe becasue there craftsman.