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EEVARK Rebar Ground Stakes - 4 Pack Heavy Duty 12 Inch Metal Reb

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Product description

4 Heavy Duty 12 inch Rebar Ground Stakes and Drawstring Storage Bag

Heavy-Duty Galvanized Steel

Manufactured with heavy-duty, industrial grade galvanized steel, our 12 inch rebar ground stakes are sure to meet your expectations. They are long, strong, and premium quality. The J hook design makes them ideal for many practical purposes. They are versatile and can be used and reused for many years for countless different outdoor functions.

Multipurpose Use

Whether you need to tether down a trampoline, anchor a swing set for safety, or make sure your tent can’t blow away, you won't be disappointed with these stakes. They can be used for virtually any outdoor anchoring task, from various gardening needs to securing down a children's inflatable. Use them to fasten down nets, yard decorations, soccer goals, and more.

Weather-Resistant

The galvanized steel design means that they're coated to maintain their quality after exposure to the elements. They are rust-proof and weather resistant, you don't have to worry about rain or garden hose water damaging them. They are practical and multi-functional.

Chisel Point Design

The slanted chisel point design means that these stakes can be put into hard ground without hassle. They are slightly sharp, which means they will slide into the dirt smoothly - no need to overexert yourself. No special tools are usually necessary. They quickly and easily get the job done.

Drawstring Storage Bag Included

Other rebar ground stake packs available do not come with a storage and carry bag, ours does! Avoid misplacing the stakes and having to hunt for them every time you need one. Prevent disorganization and scatter, just keep them in the bag for convenience and easy transport - a valuable extra.

What's Included?

- 4 x Heavy-Duty 12 inch Rebar Ground Stakes

- 1 x Drawstring Cloth Storage Bag

EEVARK Rebar Ground Stakes - 4 Pack Heavy Duty 12 Inch Metal Reb

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