ELCO Nylon Push in Button Screws
- Brighten up your Front Elevation. A great alternative to leaving the more visible sidewalk bolts installed at all times
- 1/4-20 Nylon push in screws (plastic plugs) for all Female PanelMates, Lead Anchors, or 1/4-20 Female Anchors
- Nylon screws will never rust or rot
Contractor Pack Comes ONE HUNDRED (100) count to a box!
If you live in Florida
Posted by Unknown on 02 09 2021
knowing a company like this is essential as you need repair/replacement parts. This company is well run and responsive. We definitely keep them in our list of resources.
Posted by Breezy on 10 25 2020
Prior to the last hurricane and as we began putting up yhe blinds we noticed our older plugs have basically dried out and crumbled. Looking for alternatives, I found these and they are sturdy excellent quality. Now the test of time
Does not trim out well
Posted by Steve Mack on 07 26 2020
I feel bad providing one star because I really love the Windstorm products but this product is not good for this application. I tried to match what was installed previously when adding anchors for my front door. It was difficult to see the product on the website with the bag label in the way but I thought the flanges were bigger. What works best is a white nylon rivet with a 3/4” concave head. It completely covers the anchor and flushes out nicely. This product falls short of covering the anchor and hole. Sorry.
WindStorm Products Responds: The ENY186 has been our second-best seller over the last 12 years and is manufactured by DeWALT Anchors to pair with the ELCO brand PanelMates they manufacture.
Wish there were smaller quantities
Posted by Unknown on 07 22 2020
I ordered the screw in caps because we lost some of our originals. They work fine but would have liked to have ordered a quantity less than 100 as I only needed 4.
Posted by Tim on 06 24 2019
The head size and length of this product is too small for the anchors and hole size in my window frames.
WindStorm Products responds: The head diameter of the nylon push in screw is ½”. All residential hurricane protection requires either a 7/16” or ½” diameter hole of which this will handily cover.
Posted by Jill K Ray on 11 05 2018
I bought these to replace the little crap ones that were put in when house was built. I have lost more than half of those because the wind just takes them out. These screw in which is a little more work, but my holes will not be filled with dirt and grime. And they sure aren't going to blow out. And they are all plastic which this pic does no reflect that in my opinion, they look metal but are not.