These heat-treated cut nails are ideal for nailing furring strips and other materials to cinder block, mortar joints, new concrete, and brick walls. Hot-Dip Galvanized nails recommended for use with pressure-treated sill plates due to corrosiveness of treated lumber. Also used to face-nail hardwood flooring.
Common applications include concrete construction and flooring.
Note: All nail weights are net. All nail counts shown are approximate. Price listed is per pound.
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I bought these nails for a Bible School project. We are making cross necklaces with them. These nails symbolize the ones used to nail Jesus to the cross. We use two long nails(2"), placed head to point, wired together(with floral wire) about 2/3 from the end. Then we place two shorter nails(1 1/2") crosswise over the wire and continue to wrap the wire in an x-pattern to secure them together. We then form a loop on the back side with the wire and thread a length of leather cord through the loop. When finished, we place a little hot glue over the back of the necklace where the nails meet to keep them from slipping. They turn out very nice and are a good project, especially for boys.