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What causes mollys to push through the drywall when inserted

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You can use hammer to push mollys through the drywall. It will pass through a hole and grab on from behind the drywall.

A molly bolt is anchor commonly used to hang pictures or other objects on a home's walls. You can lose it with a screwdriver. 

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