The next time you have to drive a screw hook into a piece of wood, drill a pilot hole and then chuck an eyebolt into your variable-speed electric drill. Once you’ve got the screw hook started into the hole, you can slip the eyebolt over the hook, as shown in the drawing, and use the drill on low rpm to drive home the hook. I’ve used this method to drive 3/8-in. by 3-in. hooks in just a few seconds.
John Zouch, Chicago, IL