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Grade Stakes-Pine (12-Pack) (Common: 1 in. x 2 in. x 1-1/2 ft.; Actual: .562 in. x 1.375 in. x 17.5 in.)

  • Ideal for both construction and residential applications
  • Eco-friendly pine wood can be painted or stained
  • Easy to install with sharp, chiseled point
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This 1 in. x 2 in. x 1-1/2 ft. Pine Grade Stakes (12-Pack) can be used in construction. They can also be used around the home for various projects. The stakes have a chiseled point.
  • Made from pine, a safe and eco-friendly choice
  • Chiseled point for easy-to-use grading stakes
  • Paintable and stainable
  • Safe and environmentally friendly
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
18
Product Height (in.)
1
Product Width (in.)
5

Details

Landscape Supply Type
Plant Support & Protection
Material
Wood
Plant Support Type
Stake

Questions & Answers

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Have these been kiln-dried?

Asked by swe July 28, 2020
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Are these good for a permanent stake to use on timber retaining wall for a pebble bed? If not, what is a good alternative?

Asked by Tito June 11, 2019
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metal rods. The wood eventually rots, but it's still a bit cheaper for short periods of time.

Are these stakes pressure treated?

Asked by ItalianJackAttack March 18, 2019
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These are not pressure treated. I hope this helps!

What department are these in

Asked by Cholo June 24, 2018
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Home & Garden area

My vines are at least 5 feet or more. The tomatoes still are forming on the plant.Would it be better to get a taller stake

Asked by D63Sc190tT53 June 29, 2016
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You should acquire or build cages that are much taller for plants of that height.

Customer Reviews

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    out of 85 reviews
  • 88% recommend this product
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The stakes were very sturdy. They were very helpful to...
The stakes were very sturdy. They were very helpful to hold up my tomato starter plants.
by CAROLE
love this
Love this for crafting, will buy again. Teacher appreciation week
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Two were split, but still usable.
Two were split, but still usable.
by lemon
Perfect stakes for when you need a stake.
Perfect stakes for when you need a stake.
by Tim1
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