Stainless Steel Finish nails have the small head and body and a smooth shank, making them ideal for installation of exterior trim. They are easily set with standard nail sets for total concealment. In fact, in many cases the wood fibers will simply swell back over the set nail for a no-putty installation. These nails have a blunt point to minimize splitting. Approximately 102/lb.
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Good nails for building a blocking frame
from New Jersey
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 10d (3'') 304 Stainless Steel Finish Nails - Smooth Shank:
I used these nails to build a blocking frame for my wife's shawl-making/stretching projects. It is a basswood frame whereby the nails serve dual purpose: frame size adjustments and support for blocking wires, which in turn aid in stretching fabric. The nails for a blocking frame should be strong (they sit in wood only 3/4" deep), looking good and they should not stain the fibers. These nails met all three of these requirements.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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