Can Plastic anchors be removed?
Threaded plastic, cone-shaped, or expanding anchors can often be easily pulled out, while T-nut head varieties may need to be pushed through the wall or removed with a cutting wheel.
Can you remove plastic toggle drywall anchors?
To remove the TOGGLER plastic toggle anchor or the ALLIGATOR all-purpose anchor from drywall, tile over drywall, or plaster: remove the screw, insert a razor blade or thin sharp knife between the plastic flange of the anchor and the wall surface, and cut down through the plastic neck of the anchor.
Can you unscrew a screw from an anchor?
If the anchor is turning with the screw, you can usually loosen the screw by holding the anchor steady with a pair of needle-nose pliers. You can do this as long as you can see the rim of the anchor. Work the tips of the pliers around the rim, and squeeze tightly while you back the screw off.
How do you remove a plastic screw with no head?
Drill and extract: Drill a spot large enough to put something in the middle and pull it out. Screw/Nail Extract: Lightly tap a nail or smaller screw into it and then try to unscrew the stuck body. Melt it: Not really recommended but you could do it. Be prepared to retap the threads if things go awry.