6" Long x 2" Wide EXTRA WIDE Square Top Landscape Garden Sod Staples Stakes Pins

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  • Material: 9-gauge steel
    • 25% thicker than standard 11-gauge staples
  • Size: 6 in. x 2 in. x 6 in.
    • 2x wider than standard staples
  • Square Top


  • Thick, wide staples: great for hard soil
    • Better secures fabrics
  • For holding down pipes in hard soils
  • For securing landscape and weed barrier fabrics, as well as landscaping, turf, dog and electric fences
  • Comparable to metal garden stakes from Lowes, Home Depot, and Walmart
  • Heavy duty landscape staples sold in bulk
  • Sharp chisel point: effortless application
  • Commercial grade
  • 30-day return policy
  • Free, Priority Mail shipping: arrives in 3 business days (< 200 lbs), anywhere in USA
    • Shipments over 200 lbs will take 1-2 weeks (pallet shipment)


Commercial grade: These Sandbaggy 6 in x 2 in x 6 in landscape staples are commercial grade landscape staples that will help you get the job done. These landscape staples are designed specifically for holding down landscape and weed barrier fabric, PVC pipes, and dog fences. Made with 9-gauge steel and sharp chisel points, these landscape staples will make applying the staples to the ground that much easier. 

Other names for Landscape Staples: Garden Stakes, Sod Staples, Fence Staples, Sod Depot, Landscape Fabric Pins, Landscape Fabric Staples, Landscape Stakes, Steel Stakes, Lawn Staples, Anchor Pins, Sod Pins and Ground Staples


Q: What's the difference between round top and square top sod staples?
A: Square top sod staple have a flat top. Meanwhile, round top sod staples are rounded at the top. 
The difference is the uses of each of these sod staples. Our square top sod staples are typically used for securing landscape fabric, weed barrier fabric, dog fences & electric fences, controlling weed, securing synthetic turf, and holding sod.
Meanwhile, our round top sod staples are typically used to hold down irrigation pipes and PVC pipes.

Q: What gauge and size of landscape staples (sod staples) should I buy?
Gauge: The lower the gauge number, the thicker and stronger the metal. With compact soil, use landscape staples with a lower gauge, i.e. 8 gauge, so that the staples don't snap while hammering them into the ground. A higher gauge, i.e. 11 gauge, is great for looser soil and suitable for most applications.
Size: Longer staples work better in looser soils. The added length ensures that the landscape staple will not move after installation. For most soils, 6" x 1" x 6" staples will work. For looser soils, use longer staples, such as 9" x 1" x 9" or 12" x 1" x 12" staples.

Q: Will these staples rust?
A: Yes, with normal use, the staples will definitely rust, as they are not galvanized. However, rust is good because it strengthens the staples' holding power and makes it more difficult to pull out. Also, when steel rusts, it forms a protective coating preventing further rusting.
Rust does not affect the strength of the wire in any way and is purely cosmetic. These staples are usually installed once and never touched again, so rust is not a problem. If you decide to reuse the staples, be sure to use a pair of gloves when pulling up the staples to prevent your hands from getting dirty.

Q: Why not sell a galvanized version of these staples?
A: Galvanized staples are considerably more expensive and unnecessary unless the staples need to be reused and the original appearance of the staple must be preserved. For one-time use applications, such as installing landscape fabric or drip tubing, non-galvanized staples such as these will do the job just as well. Non-galvanized staples can even be reused when rusted; just make sure to wear a pair of gloves when handling them to keep your hands clean.
We do offer one version of galvanized staples: 1-inch width, 6-inch length, round top.

Q: Will these staples fit over a 1/2-inch PVC pipe?
The staples are 2" wide, which is more than enough space to fit over the 1/2-inch PVC pipe. As staples are 6" long, 5" of the staple should be in the ground. This is enough to anchor the pipe so long as the soil isn't too loose.
For PVC pipes, we recommend round top staples, as the rounded top fits better over the pipe than the square top of this staple.

Q: I only need a few pins. Why should I buy these over the 25 or 50-packs at local stores?
These pins are 2X wider than those available at local stores. They are more thicker and more durable.
You don't have to worry about dropping or losing a pin because the cost per pin is so minimal.



  1. Depending on how hard your soil is, separate each sod staple between 1-5 ft. For very soft soil, separate each staple by 1 ft. For very hard soil, separate each staple by 5 ft.
Tools required for landscape staples installation:
  • Hammer
  • Gloves


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