Learn how to drill through a drywall and the differences between various wall anchors. Part 3
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Now, I flipped this drywall sample wall over this to show you what they look like in behind now the half inch drywall. There is a blue plastic plug already with the screw inserted in the other side. Here is the green one. And again, you can see the screw coming through and spreading it giving it that holding power in the wall. And, here is the one that we put in with this screw driver the easy way, its screws and all self threads itself right into the wall. This one here the toggler as you can see it locks nice and tight in behind. And, this one here the collapsible toggler and is all collapsed within the drywall giving that good extra holding power.
This is the one here as I said never drill a hole with a flat screw driver. It is just a no, no, they are not meant for drilling because look how badly a flare set behind, just no god at all. Here is what it should look like, a nice neat hole. That way when you put the toggle in you are not going into a lot of open drywall where there is no strength. And here is the toggler, all spread out behind, good holding power and a little plastic plug to collapse right there. And then the heavy duty toggler already in place drawing nice and tight to the drywall, something that is going to hold a good heavy weight like a hand rail or a support bar in a bath tub for an example to get in to the bath tub. Well, there you have it, if you are going to do it with a toggler or good old wall anchor make sure you got the right one.