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Customer Reviews for Grip-Rite 3/4 in. Hot-Dip Galvanized Staples (1 lb.-Pack)

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Model #34HGPNS1

Store SKU #551305

  • Perfect for attaching wire fences to wood posts
  • Attaches suspended ceilings to wood rafters using tie wire
  • Hot-dipped galvanized for corrosion-resistance

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 101 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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Just what I needed...
Just what I needed
by CE
  • Verified Purchase
The Staples work as described. I only gave them a low score due to the fact that because they are...
The Staples work as described. I only gave them a low score due to the fact that because they are not a traditional nail with a head to strike ( not their fault for being born a staple rather then a nail !) so you often times will strike that other nail ....your thumb! Works well but the bends of the staple are off making it go in on a slant , adding to the degree of power used with each swing of the hammer smashing your own thumb nail.
by hooziz2005
    • Recommended Product
    6 people found this helpful
    Excellent for stapling blackberry shoots to fence....
    Excellent for stapling blackberry shoots to fence.
    by DeWaltclamps
    • Verified Purchase
    2 people found this helpful
    I order fence and nails at the same time. But...
    I order fence and nails at the same time. But nails come 3 days earlier. I thought everything would came at the same time.
    by STEVE
    • Verified Purchase
    staples were as I had ordered. prompt attention at the service desk.
    staples were as I had ordered. prompt attention at the service desk.
    by David
    • Verified Purchase
    • Recommended Product
    The package contains about 5% defective staples that appear to be remnants of poor manufacturing ...
    The package contains about 5% defective staples that appear to be remnants of poor manufacturing quality control. Some staples only have one barb attached to the curved head portion while others have both barbs but one is 1/2" or longer than the other. I also found several short box head nails along with small lengths of staple barbs in the box. We bought several boxes of these staples and found the same defects in every box. The staples work okay but it is frustrating to find so many staples in every box that are not useable.
    by Dave
      6 people found this helpful
      Look carefully at the picture provided. It is accurate. One side is shorter than the other which ...
      Look carefully at the picture provided. It is accurate. One side is shorter than the other which means the bend process is not accurate during manufacturing. If you look closely there REALLY IS only one sharp tip and it is has flash hanging off. The other side is a poor sheer as if cut with a dull pair of sheers. If this is done in a 4 slide press then the press is not set up correctly. Both side should be even. Both tips should be sharp and IDEALLY the curved head of the staple should be a perfect 180 degree U. I purchased a box and had to hammer NEARLY EVERY staple into a better U shape. Because of 1 side being blunt the staple often did not drive into the substrate but instead smashed flat. If I did not bend the staples into a better U shape then the staple was GUARANTEED to smash flat EVERY SINGLE TIME. Poorly formed staples and I will not purchase Grip Rite products in the future.
      by Poorproduct
        8 people found this helpful
        Gets the job done
        Great value for the money they worked fine for me..
        by DTR
        • Verified Purchase
        • Recommended Product
        Low quality; difficult to use in harder wood.
        These staples will frequently flatten and not penetrate even mildly-hard pine wood despite taking extreme care. Some staples needed to be bent to shape before use. Others were unusable due to attached gobs of galvanizing. They are clearly a low quality import made with softer metal.
        by Springbok
        • DIY
        8 people found this helpful
        MDS Fence & Paint, Install staples w/ fence pliers.
        These staples can most easily be installed by holding staples in a pair of fence pliers (8",10" or 12") and gently striking with hammer. Once points dig in, you may strike harder. Remove pliers and complete driving of staple as desired.The key is that fence pliers have a built in set of holes in jaw to hold the staple legs while they are being struck.
        by MDS
        • Pro
        • Recommended Product
        11 people found this helpful
        Very happy with these
        Very happy these staples. Fulfilled there purpose.
        by Slstrickland1
          • Recommended Product
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