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304 Stainless Steel Staples make fastening projects simple. For T-50 staple guns.
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For the Makita cordless model BST110Z 10mm width x 7 -10 mm I need to know which staples are good?Thanks in advance.Best regards
The staples we carry are the T-50, I don't know what the Makita takes.
Do these come in 1"? My dock bumpers are installed with the 1" staple.
Sorry, I don't know
No. I do not think anyone makes a 1 inch staple in the T-50 style, stainless or otherwise.
what size staple is used for trailer bunks?
depends on the thickness of the fabric
I think I used the 9/16.
You've got to have the correct gun to handle whatever depth staples you've chosen first of all. Then I would say you should use between 7/16" to 5/8" maximum depending on your gun. The bunks will be wrapped and virtually all the staples should be on the outside away from the boat. The deeper the staple the less likely they could pull out but even if a few do pull out it shouldn't harm anything. So if your gun can only handle the shallower staples I wouldn't worry to much.I actually used them on new vinyl on my boat seats etc. and used 3/8" and they've held well with no dripping rust stains.
No comment on size but use stainless steel or monel ones to avoid rust stains
want to use for outer cockpit uphostery on salt water. Will it rust?Also have T50 hand stapler. Understand there are jamming problems?
They are stainless steel. I have used them on trailer bunks and they have not rusted.I will use them on upholstery when I need to.I use them in a T50 hand stapler.They don't jam anymore than the arrow staples, very seldom.
I used them to upholster some boat seats, but not for salt water. So far, no rust. I shouldnt have any issues because they are stainless steel. As far as the t-50 goes, it worked ok for me.
will these work in a standard stapler or do they only work in a staple gun?
I bought them to use in a manual staple gun and they work fine. They are heavier than the staples for a standard stapler. I can not say for certain, but if you don't receive replies from anyone else with respect to this question, I would bet that they would not work in a standard stapler. Good luck
The 304 Stainless Steel Staples are used in a standard staple gun or pneumatic staple gun.
I used them in gun and in my hammer stapler . I don't think they will work in a papper stapler.
MAURICE D. EIB
I used them in an electric stapler but think they would fit in a hand stapler also.
You will need a staple gun that uses t-50 type staples. Standard staplers used for stapling papers together are a much thiner steel. With a staple gun you still need good contact with whatever you are putting staples in and some penetration problems with 1/2 or 9/16 inch lenths in hard wood
It is possible, but unlikely. Staples come in various sizes. These are heavy duty staples, not designed to be used in your standard desktop stapler. But if you have a stapler that can use this this size stapler (and the sizes that a stapler can use should be marked somewhere on the stapler, if not then then these staples probably won't work) then yes, Also staple guns generally are designed to apply more driving force to push the staple into the substrate to which you are fastening rather than just using the force applied with your hand.Hope this helps.
Arrow Fastener Heavy-Duty Staple Gun
I won't answer because I never got an answer from you on a product I bought
I use an Arrow or Sears staple gun like used for installing insullation.
Do they come in 9/16 size?
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Are these staples suitable for cockpit bolsters? How well do they resist rusting?
I have used these staples for bolsters and cushions for my rear seat in an open fisherman. I have also used them on the trailer bunks for new rugs. They dad not rust and held up well. Good luck
I have had good results with these staples. I use them for many applications on the boat. I am in the Gulf of Mexico so humidity is high and the salt is present. The most moist application I have used them in is the engine compartment where I use them to keep the noise and fire proofing on the engine compartment walls. I have had no signs of rust in any of the applications although non of these are directly expose to outside atmosphere.
Janestown's stainless staples are perfect for upholstery work. They are what I used for all of the new panels on my 19' cuddy. They hold well, feed perfectly in my staplers (both electric and hand held) and do not rust. I would recommend them to anyone, Rich V. Hardwick, NJ
I would assume they are suitable.I used them to temporarily attach fiberglass cloth to plywood prior to epoxy coating. Once the Epoxy cured, I sanded the coating down and the staples were exposed to the weather and rain for several weeks before I finished my cioating work.They did not rust during the time period they were exposed to the weather.
resist is the key word. mine were used on some beach chairs and they made it through a 2month season in the bahamas. in general i think stainless is an an overstatement for 316
I have found these SS staples to be rust resistant. Where I found previous staples had rusted, it appeared that they did not dry well after rain or washing (tell tale stains on the fiberglass surface) so I dabbed some clear finger-nail polish on those in that area. Works for me.
I have used them for various applications on my boat including stapling new vinyl onto an older seat frame and they show no signs of rust after 3 years.
So so fit in t50 arrow stapler
I experienced about a 20% jamming rate in both my manual and electric Arrow T50 staplers. I did not experience any jamming with any standard Arrow brand staples non stainless.
Good product....Cost High
Product worked well , used for jet ski seat.Cost very high, shipping cost will prevent me from doing any further business with this company.Item could have been shipped via US mail at considerable savings to me.
SS Staples for Salt Water Applications
These SS Staples are the ONLY thing durable (and economical)enough for attaching bunker material to my boat trailer and boat lift. I always keep a spare box on hand for emergency repairs.
New Orleans, LA
Good solid product
Reupholstered bolsters for a friends boat. Very nice!
not arrow staples
Thought I was buying arrow staples. Doesn't do all that well in my arrow battery powered stapler.
big pine key
I would buy this product again and again
Works GREAT with my makita cordless staple gun!!!
Green Springs, Oh
could be great
I purchased a box of 5/16 for a canvas skin boat. [...]The few sleeves I was able to salvage continually jammed in all three of my T-50 guns.
This was a perfect fit for the gun,
This product needed little modification to fit my gun. The job went quickly and easily. Thank you for your time in helping me find the right staples.