Packet of 40qty
These galvanised nails are used to attach netting to Timber surfaces.
The nails can be attached directly to the netting, however Catnets recommends "edging" your net beforehand with black rope. Our 1/5" black poly rope is weaved in and out of the edge of the net to create a neat and strong seam.
The U-Nails are then placed over the rope and net and hammered into position.
U-Nails are generally spaced at 1-2 per foot when used in conjunction with the edging rope.
Simple, effective and affordable option for timber surfaces.
We used catnetting to turn our balcony into a secure cat area. The U-Nails were the perfect size to tack down the rope/net to the composite deck. They were a bit tricky getting started (with our skill set), but by holding each with needle nosed pliers, we hammered them in and the net is secure from even our most mischievous kitty!
I feel they could stand to be a hair longer to put over the twine edging. They went in nicely on the side of my patio but the thicker wood on top and bottom was tough to get started when the nail is so small around the twine.