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Old 01-27-2020, 03:01 PM   #1
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Hell of a lot betters the trex clips. 100ft in 40 min. No hose easy peezy

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We used those on our last deck a couple weeks ago.

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What sort of clamp is that? Does it have a special end on it?
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What sort of clamp is that? Does it have a special end on it?
Irwin makes them. Amazon sells replacement tips to fit there clamps.
The tip is steel and fit in between deck gaps. Perfect for synching together. Picked the up at lowes on beach job last. Money well spent

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We used those on our last deck a couple weeks ago.

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What did you think

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Nice except for perimeter joists where the fastener leg is exposed until broke off.

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I was given the stand up gun and a couple tubs of fasteners. Still haven't used it.


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Nice except for perimeter joists where the fastener leg is exposed until broke off.

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There made to be broken off on perimeter or dbl they also have another version that look a spider for angle decking and perimeter.

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I was given the stand up gun and a couple tubs of fasteners. Still haven't used it.


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I got 3 stand ups. It sounds silly but these decks are about 100sf and 14" off the ground easier with out stand up. Too small to have that laying around. I do like not having a hose or tcg gun to hassle with.

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These camos are perfect for privacy walks...
Screw the bottom board in. Add clip's stack another add clip's stack another pinch off with cpl of clamps. Deck screw on ends screw in clips through out. On longer / taller wall I would add a random deck screw and poss plug. The colors6are spot I thing plugs are overkill.
Very efficient. Very effective. I do miles of privacy walls for railings and at a dozen jacuzzi fit outs.
These clip will me get out a lot faster. Also just pulled the trigger on that very pricey mufall which should be arriving Monday.

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Guys installing Deckorators in another grop I am in love the Camo edge clip


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That's trex. Beach dune on floor I think. cant remember what the turd looking one on walls is called

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That's trex. Beach dune on floor I think. cant remember what the turd looking one on walls is called

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Either "Rustic Turd" or "Tropic Turd"

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