Stainless Steel Staples
Stainless steel staples are ideal for a variety of indoor/outdoor applications where wet or damp conditions are a concern. They are perfect for using in cedar, redwood and ACQ lumber (learn more about ACQ lumber). Stainless steel staples are rust resistant and avoid streaking or staining. Choose type 316 stainless steel staples for boat, marine, and waterfront applications.
Stainless steel staples are commonly used for installing or repairing carpeting and upholstery (including marine upholstery), securing plastic sheeting and vinyl to wood, attaching vapor barriers in a crawlspace, outdoor screening repair, flooring installation, golf cart seat repairs, and more! We carry stainless steel staples in both type 304 and marine grade type 316 stainless steel to fit most popular staplers.
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Stainless Steel Staples
When building outdoors, especially in coastal environments, stainless steel staples are preferred. This will ensure that the staples will retain structural integrity and last without needing to be replaced. You can also rest assured that there will not be an issue with staining or streaking that you are likely to run into with standard galvanized staples.
¼" Staples can be used for drawers, cabinetry, lattice and underlayments.
- Cabinets- staples are a reliable and efficient way to fasten the backing onto cabinet frames, and are used also to build the drawers.
- Lattice- Can be made of wood or vinyl and are used to edge decks, flower beds, porches, and gardens. Using stainless staples prevents bleeding into the wood or streaking.
- Underlayment- Installing with staples is quick and easy. They simplify the process even more by not requiring setting or filling.
7/16" staples are commonly used for sheathing, siding, crates, and subflooring.
- Sheathing- This heavy-duty 7/16" crown staple is preferred for sheathing. They are typically more cost-efficient than nails and simple to install.
- Siding- Use these staples for installing siding. Staples will be easier to use to fasten than nails and the larger diameter crown will allow more leeway while still holding correctly even if not installed exactly centered. The stapler is easy to use and is more forgiving, making it a perfect choice, especially for beginners.
- Crate- Staples are a simple and efficient way to assemble crates and pallets. The adhesive that holds the staples together in a strip, once installed also helps keep it from withdrawing from the wood.
- Subflooring- Staples are widely used to install engineered flooring and some prefer it to fasten hardwood flooring to plywood subflooring. Their affordability, ease of use, and availability are a few reasons why this is a fastener of choice for many installers.
** For any project, please remember to refer to local building codes to indicate which fasteners are acceptable
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