The purpose of an inspection is to uncover material defects, not make a 6 page repair list for the seller to deliver you a perfect house. If the property has so many defects that it would require you to share the entire report, are you sure you want to buy this home? Address defects and major concerns, and share the portions of the report that validate those concerns. As far as the lose screws go, bring your own screwdriver.
As a sellers agent, I will tell a buyers agent to ask their buyer to address defects not imperfections, and advise my seller to focus on the same.
As a buyers agent, I attempt to tell my buyers the same. If they don't listen, and want to deliver a fix it list with 147 items, I do.as they request, as an obedient agent. But, I explain to those buyers, that if I were the seller's agent, I would be advising the seller to dismiss the excessive requests.
The buyer does not need to share any portion of the inspection report except that which outlines the defects the buyer is addressing to the seller in the form of a request for credit or repair.