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I want to attach a wooden bracket to dry wall. The original hole has pulled out. Which glue stick do I use, and can I insert the screw before the glue is set. The screw is about a inch long.

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I would let the glue set for at least a few hours before inserting the screw. use an industrial strength (contractors) glue stick

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The holder has fallen off the wall. There appears to be two screws, one that fits into the back of the centre of the wall plate and a small one that fits into the side of the wall plate. I don't think...


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