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4 in. Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric Garden Staples (500-Pack)

  • Keeps your weed barrier landscape fabric from moving or shifting
  • Durable, reusable and easy to install
  • Great for securing weed barriers, hoses or even Christmas lights
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Product Overview

Vigoro Fabric Staples quickly and easily secure landscape fabrics and sod against the elements. Made from strong, weather-resistant steel, these staples are guaranteed to stay in place. The curved top is custom-fit for most outdoor applications.
  • Durable steel construction capable of even securing heavier commercial grade landscape fabrics
  • Reusable staples last season after season
  • Works with all types of garden fabrics / weed barrier products
  • Easy to use and install
  • U shaped garden staples; measures 4.0 in. long and 1 in. wide
  • Anchor a range of gardening objects including fabric, netting, outdoor lighting and even Christmas lights and holiday decor
  • 500 pack
  • GUARANTEED: Should this weed block or barrier fabric not perform to your expectations, we will refund you its purchase price or replace it with the same product
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
4 in
Product Length (in.)
4 in
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Features
No Additional Features
Landscape Supply Type
Fabric Stake
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
500
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
full product warranty

Questions & Answers

16Questions45Answers

do these work well for drip irrigation systems?

Asked by Sam May 31, 2021
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Answers

They worked just fine, recommend the Vigoro fabric staples.

Can water sip thriugh?

Asked by JW February 15, 2021
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Yes.

What gauge wire are these?

Asked by Lmannyr November 17, 2020
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Roughly 10 gauge weather-resistant steel. Within a couple of years, they begin to corrode substantially. One would think these could easily be dipped in a vinyl or plastic coating to provide substantially longer life/usage.

How many staples are recamend and what spaceing

Asked by Scott September 29, 2020
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I spaced my staples out 10 inches apart. I think it would be personal preference. The closer they are the better weed barrier.

Where are these made?

Asked by Yep May 9, 2020
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They are made in China. There are no similar better product at Home Depot.

Can these be used to secure artificial turf, or just the underlying fabric?

Asked by Shauna May 7, 2020
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Yes I used them for that purpose

Are they installed by hand or is there something like a stapler to install?

Asked by Barbara May 3, 2020
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install them using a hammer. If you own a mallet, even better.

what gauge are these staples?

Asked by Mike April 25, 2019
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Small gauge, bend over easily. I would estimate around 16 gauge, thinner than a cheap metal coat hanger. Should be OK if you don't have compacted or soft soil.

What is the gauge of the staples? Thickness of the wire?

Asked by Mike April 25, 2019
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The thickness of the wire is 1/16th of an inch. It is the same size as a I/16th wood drill (without being a drill).

Would these staples be suitable to use on plastic in crawl space ?

Asked by Bob January 29, 2019
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First off... contrary to popular belief, a vapor barrier still works just fine with holes pokes all over. You could walk on it with golf shoes without significantly affecting the plastic's ability keep moisture from evaporating into the crawl space. (Radon abatement might be a different story, though.) That said, it'll depend on what's under the plastic. If it's firm, level soil, this might work. It's it's uneven or if you have pea gravel to get through, 4" might be a bit short. But a lot of crawl spaces just have the vapor barrier laid down and left unsecured, as the plastic is pretty thick/heavy. So you may not even need staples.

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Customer Reviews

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I used around my raised garden beds to secure artificial grass down. They work great and were sup...
I used around my raised garden beds to secure artificial grass down. They work great and were super easy to use!
by Blessednotstressed
These garden staples were easy to use to hold down landscape fabric in a flower bed. Staples were...
These garden staples were easy to use to hold down landscape fabric in a flower bed. Staples were thin and easy to push into ground.
by Ladybug
A Staple In My Landscaping Needs
I used these for a large garden to secure multiple rows of weed fabric ground cover. I have used weed block cloth before but this is the first time I've found the pins that you are able to push threw the cloth with out tearing it, by hand. The soil does need to be workable to get the pins through but I had no issues with this. But in most cases it just took a quick look to make sure I wasn't pushing threw roots and the pins went into to place quickly and have held the cloth in place even in high winds. The pins penetrated very easily, even in the overlapping areas where there were three layers of fabric. With the arch shape I can slightly over lap side by side clothes for complete coverage. I simply put on my garden gloves, figure out the area to cover, and then pin the cloth down. So much easier then those plastic pins I've used in the past.
by Nathan
1 person found this helpful
The only staples so no choice. Very flimsy, bend at the slightest resistance.
The only staples so no choice. Very flimsy, bend at the slightest resistance.
by KJ
2 people found this helpful
We’ve used this product to do many landscaping projects. Most...
We’ve used this product to do many landscaping projects. Most recently we used it on our new pond to hold the pond liner in place on the berm area.
by MEP
Useless
Unless you live on the beach you're tapping them into sand, they are beyond USELESS. My yard has clay that was just rototilled and raked and it pretty loose, but still 3 out of 4 just bend over no matter how tightly I grip them. Bottom line, they won't go into loose dirt.
by Jason
5 people found this helpful
Inferior staple shaped object
Junk. The ends weren't pointed or straight. Made the mistake of buying box of 500. Took us a year to use them all up. Vigoro ought to be ashamed putting their name on such a junky inferior product. We had to hammer the ends straight on every one to get them so they would Pierce the woven fabric we were using. Do yourself a favor and find some domestically manufactured staples. These are not worth taking a chance on.
by Scott
5 people found this helpful
I did not receive a 75 pack only a 25 pack. I would like a refund or 2 more packs sent to me. Th...
I did not receive a 75 pack only a 25 pack. I would like a refund or 2 more packs sent to me. Thank you! The quality of the product is fine. The delivery or how to communicate a mistake with the order was/is not good.
by Womanonherown
Response from Vigoro RepMay 28, 2020
We're so sorry that this happened. If this has not been resolved to your satisfaction, please call our customer service number so we can help: 800-327-9462. Thank you.
These worked great on my landscaping project! The fabric around the drain is being held in tight,...
These worked great on my landscaping project! The fabric around the drain is being held in tight, next up is to cover the mound.
by Tom
They are flimsy and bend easily when using a thick...
They are flimsy and bend easily when using a thick barrier. There’s a picture below of staples that are much better
by JOBE
2 people found this helpful
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