Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tip: How to close wooden urns with screws

Closing an urn that requires screws can sometimes be a difficult task. The reason for this is due to the variation in the screw placement. When the top or bottom of an urn is taken off completely, it can be difficult to place it back in the exact position to line the screws up for closure. Thanks to one of our customers, we have a solution!....
  • Unscrew all of the screws on the base of the urn leaving one corner screw partially unscrewed
  • Turn the base or top to expose the urn cavity and insert the ashes. 
  • After the ashes are inserted, turn the base in reverse to line up the holes and insert the screws to tighten. 

1 comment:

  1. This has saved me a lot of time. Great suggestion

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