Special Purpose Screws

With just a few clicks, find the right screw for the right application, search our Screw Finder for the best multi-purpose screws, PowerLags®, and specialty screws.

MDF & HARDWOOD SCREWS

Use SPAX® screws for general remodeling and woodworking (including trim, cabinetry and even  furniture) with medium density fiberboard (MDF) and hardwoods. Designed to effectively attach lightweight, high-density polyurethane trim, our MDF and hardwood screws perform on the job site. Request a sample pack of high-quality structural specialty screws today.

  • Unique CUT Point and patented thread serrations prevent splitting without pre-drilling
  • T-Star drive provides superior bit engagement
  • Mini flat head design with cutting ribs under the head allows flush or countersunk installation for a clean look

 

REAR PANEL SCREWS

Use SPAX® screws to secure rear panels and thin frame assemblies without deforming or damaging the panel wood. Contractors and do-it-yourself project masters trust our rear panel specialty screws for attaching back panels to bookcase, storage units, and cabinetry. Request a sample pack of high-quality structural specialty screws today.

  • Low-profile wafer head design provides a larger surface area to prevent damage to the panel
  • SPAX patented thread serrations and 4CUT™ Point require no pre-drilling and prevent splitting

Featured Specialty Screws for MDF & Hardwood Applications

With just a few clicks find the right screw for the right application, search our Screw Finder for the best MDF and hardwood specialty screws, multi-purpose fasteners, and PowerLags®

T-STAR plusTrim Head, MDF/Hardwood Screws

SPAX® MDF/Hardwood Screws are specifically designed to prevent splitting in medium density fiberboard (MDF) and hardwoods without pre-drilling. Also very effective for attaching lightweight, high-density polyurethane trim.

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Pozi Drive Wafer Head, Rear Panel Screw

SPAX Rear Panel Screws are designed for attaching back panels to bookcases, storage units and cabinetry without deforming or damaging the panel.

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