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Fabric & Garden Staples Attaches Landscape Fabric and Turf to Soil (4 inches x 1 inch) 75 Staples
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- Anchor landscape fabric and turf to the soil quickly and easily
- Durable construction; For securing landscape fabrics
- Anchor a range of gardening objects including fabric, netting, outdoor lighting, and garden decor
- Measures approximately 4 inches long and 1 inch wide
- Available in bulk for commercial applications
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All-purpose garden staples use to anchor landscape fabric and turf to the soil quickly and easily. Durable construction can anchor a range of gardening objects such as gardening hoses, drip hoses, weed fabric, netting, outdoor lighting, burlap and garden decorations. Easy Gardener manufactures and distributes over 200 products to top lawn and garden retailers in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom. Our product lines include landscape fabrics, shade fabrics, fertilizers, tree care products, landscape edging, sun screen fabrics, netting, fencing and garden staples.
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I say buy theses! as for the comment about 6 inch vs 4 inch, I have used both and these are more than capable of maintaining a secure hold.
UPDATE: BE CAREFUL!!! I re-ordered these same exact staples and they are now shipping a thinner, weaker product for a higher price. I would NOT buy these anymore. I ordered directly from amazon and another seller, and both have changed the product they are shipping under the prior HIGH quality listing. All reviews before June 1st MAY be related to the OLDER product.
Alternative that worked great: These are a 9 gauge extra heavy staple that went in to the ground, and didn't act like butter on a hot day.
100 Extra Heavy Duty Galvanized Anti-Rust Garden Landscape Staples Stakes Pins - Made in USA - Strong Pro Quality. Best Weed Barrier Fabric, Lawn Drippers, Irrigation Tubing Wireless Dog Fence
I've already used them to tack down wild blackberry and salmonberry cane tips into nursery pots (ground layering propagation). I bought the 4" long staples this time, for use in 6" pots, but I'll surely be buying 6" staples in the near future for larger/deeper pots and for their intended use of holding down landscape fabric.
Recommended for light duty applications, such as pinning plants to the ground to propagate, etc. This length is not recommended for holding landscape fabric to the ground. I would go with 6" or longer for that.
They look like they've been coated with some kind of protective layer for rust resistance, but they rusted within a few days (the part above ground). I read somewhere that the rust is normal, makes it stronger. I'm not sure I believe that, but as long as they don't fall apart, I'm fine with the rust, I guess. I changed my rating from 5 stars to 4 though, due to the almost immediate rusting.
I am annoyed that nowhere in the description do they state that the size of the pins, so I am uploading a photo of one next to a ruler, hoping to prevent others from making the same mistake.
UPDATE: Within a few days they started rusting too. I was going to try to use these for other simple things - no more.
The plastic bag is probably friendly on the environment than the box (less material, less energy in shipping) -- so I'm not really complaining that I didn't get a box -- I'm simply pointing out the ad is misleading.
The staples are about the same quality as what came with the landscape fabric I purchased from a local warehouse club, except they're bent into the shape of a staple rather than being simply curved around -- both styles are functional, but the staple shape is a little easier to use if you need to "hammer" them into the ground (which I don't -- at least not generally).
Fortunately I only needed these to hold my fabric down in the wind until I could shovel the river rock on top of it. Once the rock is on the cloth you don't have to depend on the staples.
A convenient way to make your own staples into whatever length you need is to play "MOMMIE DEAREST" and use those old wire hangars you have 'hanging' around the house. The thinner white ones you get when your clothes are returned from the dry cleaners are thick enough to work and are powder coated also. Just use wire cutters or tin snips to cut to desired length and then bend the top over with a pliers to form an "L" shape. The older wire hangars work also but are thicker and a little harder to work with. But the best thing, other than doing a much better job than the Easy Gardeners, is that they're free.