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Grade Stakes Pine (12-Pack) (Common: 1 in. x 2 in. x 1 ft.; Actual: .562 in. x 1.375 in. x 11.5 in.)

  • Holds up to 4 cups of water
  • Self-watering design makes it easy to use
  • Features capillary mat absorption
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About This Product

This 1 in. x 2 in. x 12 in. 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.

Highlights

  • These stakes are made from pine, a safe and eco-friendly choice
  • These stakes have a chiseled point for easy-to-use grading stakes
  • These stakes are paintable and stainable
  • These stakes are safe and environmentally friendly
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Product Information

Internet # 203316909

Model # 460219

Store SKU # 460219

Specifications

Dimensions: H 1 in, W 5 in, D 12 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

12 in

Product Height (in.)

1 in

Product Width (in.)

5 in

Details

Landscape Supply Type

Plant Support & Protection

Material

Wood

Plant Support Type

Stake

Questions & Answers

2Questions
caret
Q:Can these be used to pull a tarp around a pool?
by|Nov 22, 2016
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A:  That's what I used them for. Worked great

by|Feb 4, 2024

    A:  For temporary use, Yes.

    by|Jun 29, 2019

      A:  Only if there is grass around to stake otherwise no

      by|May 6, 2020

        A:  I don't see why not. Notch the non-pointy end like a tent stake. Should be able to do fine. Be warned they are only 12" inches so sandy soil might be a concern.

        by|Jun 3, 2020

        A:  no, use something longer

        by|Mar 25, 2020
          caret
          Q:Are these Pine Stakes pressure treated?
          by|May 31, 2015
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          A:  No. You could paint them or use a varnish. But they are not pressure treated.

          by|Apr 21, 2021

          A:  No, they are not.

          by|Oct 30, 2018

            A:  They are not pressure treated.

            by|Jun 9, 2020

            A:  Nope. Just raw, often rough softwood, with knots, splinters and irregularities.

            by|Sep 29, 2020

              A:  No

              by|Apr 21, 2021

                A:  No, this pine is not pressure-treated.

                by|May 3, 2023

                  A:  Nope, just raw softwood, rough and full of splinters. knots and irregularities. Most are not as good looking as the product picture.

                  by|Sep 29, 2020

                    A:  No, I don't believe they are, but according to the product description they hold 4 cups of water.

                    by|Aug 16, 2023
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                    multiple stakes cut through a knot in the original wood so they fell into pieces. the ones in go...
                    multiple stakes cut through a knot in the original wood so they fell into pieces. the ones in good shape worked well. a problem with curbside delivery they didn't try to pick good ones from the stock I guess
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                    These worked great for markers and bracing a playset and firewood rack. I wanted to make sure the playset stayed in place and these did the trick. I was also able stain them and after predrilling a hole, was able to put a screw through them
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                      VERY PLEASE WITH THE GRADE STAKES
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