Drywall screws are made of hardened, brittle steel that will snap if screwed into hardwoods. The main purpose for drywall screws is securing full sheets of drywall (usually 4’x8’) or partial sheets of drywall to either wood or metal studs. There are a variety of thread types and sizes and piercing for fast fixing of plasterboard to light steel, wooden studs or metal partitions. Drywall screws are also good for repairing nail pops.
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