Quick and easy repair of stripped
or damaged plastic electrical boxes.

No Muss - No Fuss - No Walls to Bust

Use the G-Clip for quick and easy repair of stripped or damaged threads.
If you have a loose electrical switch or outlet, you probably have a damaged or stripped electrical box. Before replacing that damaged plastic box, try using the G-Clip. To install the G-Clip, press it onto the edge of the electrical box, over the damaged hole. The G-Clip provides a new threaded mounting point to reattach your switch or outlet.

The G-Clip can be installed by most homeowners or electricians in minutes, instead of taking hours to replace a damaged electrical box. It can be installed without damaging the drywall. It can also be used in multi-gang plastic boxes.

How to Install the G-Clip:


Turn off power at the fuse box.

Check for NO power at the device and remove the cover.

Unthread the two screws.

Pull the device away from
the electrical box.

Center the G-Clip over
the damaged hole.

Push the G-Clip onto the box.

Use your finger or a screwdriver to press down on the G-Clip. Thread the screw into the G-Clip.

Install the second screw.
Attach the cover plate.

Features of the G-Clip:

Designed to work on plastic electrical boxes with a wall thickness of approximately .09 inches


Purchase the G-Clip:
  • Purchase securely through PayPal. A PayPal account is not needed.
  • Packages are shipped within 24 hours.
  • Packages are delivered by the US Postal Service.
  • Delivery time is 2-5 days.

Package of 2
Price: $7.99
Shipping: $3.75



Package of 10
Price: $13.99
Shipping: $3.75



Package of 25
Price: $25.99
Shipping: $4.25



Package of 50
Price: $48.99
Shipping: $4.25






Comments from Customers:
  • So I just tried your product this morning and all I can say is WOW! I am a 61 year old g-grandma and not very 'tool' savvy at all. When I found your product online I decided to give it a try after watching the video on how to install them. I had just remodeled the room I needed to use them in for my grandchildren and sure didn't realize that you would have to take out some sheetrock to install a new electrical box. The loose plugs were unsightly so I started researching how to repair them. That is when I came across your website. These should be sold in every hardware store! I will be telling everyone about them. I fixed 2 outlets in about 20 minutes and am thrilled with the results. If I can do it, anyone can! Thank you for making such a great product!
    Kathy

  • Wanted to let you know I appreciate your product very much. It worked perfectly. The design allowed for the fact that the old box had to have a chunk with the broken old screw removed.
    John, Lorton VA

  • This product saved the day for my broken gang box. Electrical outlet was loose due to screw threads not having anything to grasp onto. The g-clip was pretty easy to install, just requiring a bit of patience and some pressure to force the clip into place. It took maybe 5 minutes and was much easier than replacing the gang box. Originally thought just one clip was needed but found out both needed replaced. Very happy these clips came in a 10-pack.
    GoSteelers1981

About the Inventor:
The G-Clip was invented by Michael P. Walton. With over 40 years experience as an electrical contractor, Mike worked on and replaced countless damaged plastic electrical boxes. He experienced first-hand the many challenges an installer faces during the replacement process.

While in retirement, Mike worked to invent and manufacture a time-saving device that would eliminate the need to replace a damaged plastic electrical box. His invention, the G-Clip, can be used by electricians and do-it-yourself homeowners.

After a few years of marketing the G-Clip, Mike passed away. He left his invention to his daughter and son-in-law. They stand behind his product and hope you find it useful.

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