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5/16 in. x 1-1/2 in. x 4 ft. Wood Lath (50-Pack)

  • Ideal for a variety of home projects, both inside and out
  • Comes in a convenient and cost-effective 50-piece bundle
  • Paint or stain to customize your projects
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Product Overview

This 48 in. long wood lath is made of quality material and has a wide variety of residential uses. It can be painted or stained as needed. This lath should be used only in above ground applications.
  • Every piece meets high quality standards
  • Easily customized to match any project's finish or color
  • Ready to stain, or leave unfinished in weather-protected areas
  • Convenient size and shape for home projects
  • Sized for convenient transportation and easy handling
  • Large, handy quantity
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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.3125
Product Height (in.)
48
Product Width (in.)
1.5

Details

Accessory Type
Lattice Cap
Color Family
Wood
Material
Wood

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Gone are the days when a pak such as these were less than $10. Now @ .60 a stick in pack of 50. I’ve had good luck with current batch. Lath evenly milled with fewer knots. Lath has many uses and secures well with 1/4 “ crown stapler.
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    Overall, these are poor quality lath with outrageous splinters, cracks and splits. These were mad...
    Overall, these are poor quality lath with outrageous splinters, cracks and splits. These were made from Aspen, however there is a lot of dried sap, similar to a pine wood that stuck many of these together, and they split when pulled apart. Many of the bundles in my store were very short in quantity of the 50 pieces (most contained about 35-40 pieces). I used these as spacers for drying lumber, and I do not think these would be good for much else. Gloves are a must when handling these as you will get multiple splinters. Made in Canada.
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    Wood was mostly all straight and not cracked or warped this time. Keep getting good product
    Wood was mostly all straight and not cracked or warped this time. Keep getting good product
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    Nicer quality cuts of wood compared to the bundle I bought last year. Great for garden weed block...
    Nicer quality cuts of wood compared to the bundle I bought last year. Great for garden weed block attachment to 2x6x12
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    Nice wood - only a few curved pieces in the bundle. Made putting plastic storm windows up much ea...
    Nice wood - only a few curved pieces in the bundle. Made putting plastic storm windows up much easier.
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    Excellent Garden Stakes!
    My husband and I use the lath strips as garden stakes! We use them for small plants such as chile plants of all kinds, tomatillos and even large tomato plants-both regular tomatoes and cherry tomatoes! First, while the plants are small, we use a rubber mallet to hammer down 4 of the stakes into the garden soil, forming a square around each plant. Make sure to allow for enough foliage growth during the entire season. Also, be sure to hammer the stakes down evenly so that the tops of the stakes are nice and even, making for a well organized garden. Next, we take some of my old nylon/spandex hosiery and cut into 1" strips. We use these strips to tie the vines to the stakes as the plants are growing. The nylon/spandex ties are flexible so as not to cut into the tender vines, yet are strong and durable, lasting the whole season. The stakes are tall enough to allow for hardy plant growth all season so we tie the vines all the way up the stake. Using the lath strips as garden stakes makes for a very sturdy, wind resistant and cost efficient, vegetable plant cage! Also, at the end of the gardening season, the stakes can be pulled out of the soil and reused for the next few seasons as well. Happy Gardening!! Yours Truly, ~ RoseyPosey
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      27 found this review helpful
      an unorthodox use
      This stuff is made for putting up interior walls the old fashioned way. I don't know why they talk about painting and staining when it's purpose is to be covered with plaster. And for that purpose, I suppose it is well suited, but I can't say, I never used it that way. Instead, I used it outdoors to convert a 48" chain link fence into a low privacy screen. Since what I want to block out is actually down a small hill, even a 48" screen blocks it almost completely. This particular chain link ( the cheaper stuff from HD ) has a wide enough weave to take these laths vertically, albeit with a good deal of forcing and some breakage. A tighter weave fence might take them diagonally. This wood ( aspen I believe ) is actually pretty low grade stuff, and would probably fall apart in the elements pretty quickly if not bound up tight in all that wire. As it is, two years later it has aged to a nice shade of gray without breaking down at all. The result is an ugly chain link dog fence converted into a pretty decent looking wood screen, much nicer and more natural looking than the plastic or aluminum privacy strips, and also much less expensive. You can fill the fence completely, or go every-other space for a more open look that approximates a picket fence if you squint. You could even stain it. Don't underestimate the amount of work required here - this wood was never made for this and has to be forced. But do a section at a time, and when you're done you'll have the best looking chain link fence around. ( Don't look at the lawn, I was reseeding at the time. )
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      Great for the application I used/needed it for.
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        Moldy and not as pictured.
        The batch I got was moldy, and if I even looked at it I’d get a splinter. It is not like the picture at all, they are all unevenly cut and *rough,* not smooth at all. I thought maybe I could get some better ones from the middle of the batch, but nope.
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