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Customer Review

on March 27, 2015
Local stores only had grip-tite siding nails that had lump-like unformed heads instead of thin, wide heads. I found these to be ideal for replacing cedar clapboards on my house, and for re-attaching old clapboards whose nails had rusted to nothing. Also work great on my mahogany (cambara) deck where they appear to be what the builders used originally (I'm cheap and save stainless nails when I replace boards...)

If there's anything bad about them, it's that the ring shanks are so sharply formed as barbs that they're hard to remove if you screw up!
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