How to Remove a Stripped Screw

About: My name is Ronnie Lees Sutton, and I live in Modesto California. I own a small business that is called ITS A WOOD THING. I also have a Youtube Channel by the same name. I enjoy building projects of all...

Have you ever stripped a screw, and wondered how in the hell will I ever be able to remove this. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use a Screw stripper kit called "Speed Out". Very easy to use, don't miss this one.

#1 Make sure you read your instruction, and always use proper protection.

#2 You will need a drill driver or screw driver. use the bit from the kit that matches your size screw.

#3 There is two sides per bit head, read directions to know which one is the first to use, and the second to use.

Following instructions, use the first side, this basically cleans the screw hole and gets it ready for the second side.

#4 Using the second side, press firmly and screw should back out easy.

Last thoughts.........................

Eye protection a must, read all directions, use impact driver and press firmly. If you watch this video, I take

you step by step through this process.



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    2 years ago

    Or you could just use an elastic band. That's worked on every stripped screw that I've ever needed to remove.


    I am a woodworker, this is not product-advertisement. I needed to remove stripped screws, had seen but never used this tool. It was so easy and helpful, just thought I would share it in case someone has the same difficulties I did.