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Master Mark Plastics 99310 Terrace Board 10 Inch 10 Pack, Brown Stakes,
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- Don't forget your stakes! These 10 inch brown stakes are used for landscaping and gardening edging
- Support with our Master Mark Terrace Board
- New England Pottery product
- Stakes hook on top of Terrace Board to hold edging in place
- Set of 10, 10" Terrace Board Brown Stakes
- Made in the USA
- Easy to Install
- Made from HDPE plastics for exceptional durability
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These certainly work well for what they were intended, but we did have a small problem with the tops of the pegs breaking. The soil we were using these (and the edging) in is very hard soil. We ended up having to use a pointed tool to make a hole in the ground before being able to insert these pegs. If we didn't pre-drill a hole, the pegs would break when trying to hammer them in.
We even tried putting a rag on top of the peg and also a thin piece of wood to protect the top of the peg. The wood worked better than the rag, but we still had to pre-drill. Some of the pegs that broke were ones that we had already used and had been outside for a couple of years so perhaps they weaken after being out in the elements for a while.
The pegs come in handy for a few other yard projects, though, so you can be inventive if you have any pegs left over. We're removed most of the border edging and I am saving the pegs for other uses in the yard.
I believe the stakes should be twice as long as the edging is wide. I also thing the pointed end should have a symmetrical point. These have a point similar to a wood chisel point. The angle is only on one side.
I especially like the fact that they are made out if what appears to be a composite plastic material. They should last a very long time without rust (like metal stakes or deterioration.
I've noticed something else about these stakes I don't care for. Freezing & thawing of the soil works these stakes up from the original depth by at least 1 inch over one winter season. Enough for the U-shaped hook at the top to completely unhook from the top of the edging.
Fortunately, it takes less than a minute to choose a slightly different spot & drive them back into the soil. I'd also suggest leaning them about 5-10 degrees toward the edging, which also makes the edging lean, before driving them into the soil.
Nice matching clip on the top. Predrill (with poker/weed puller/screw driver/etc.) a moistened hole in hard soil. Don't expect plastic to drive through rocks.
5 star plastic stakes: 1 star deducted because, well, they are not supernatural/fantasmagoric/krypton bashing plastic and (more importantly) they are overpriced imo. They are probably the best at what they are though: plastic stakes for a certain brand of plastic 5" edging. I imagine they work well (but are a bit long for) the 3" edging of the same brand/color also.
This Terrace Board is a deep Chocolate Brown color and the stakes match that color exactly. The stakes and terrace board all look great with brown, tan or black mulch, white stone and light pink stone. The only thing I have seen it used for that I did not like was the red colored mulch. Other than red colors I think the stakes and terrace board look great with everything! The stakes were easy to use and you get ten in each package. I think most people who use edging do it for appearance first and functionality second. This product works well for both of those goals!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I could not get the Terrace board to cooperate, even after allowing it to warm up in the sun as directed etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Benjamin K.
These pegs worked good for holding the 5" plastic edging temporarily until I back filled the edging for full support. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Romeo Hawk
Are not long enough to hold the edging in place-Very disappointed in this productPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer