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  1. I would love to know what screws you generally keep on hand or do you work it out for each project ahead of time? When do you favor which diameter? Do you typically use the brass even in hidden areas? I guess less chance of staining with the brass.

    1. I think Paul used wood screws usually called as “gold” screws in stores.

      If it were Brass screws, Paul would have used paste wax on them and definitely would have driven the screws by hand as brass screws can be quite brittle and break easily.

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