One bag containing a single pound’s worth of hog rings, enough to service dozens of small fence projects.
PINCHES SMALL FENCE PARTS TOGETHER: Hog rings are often used when installing chicken coops, garden fences, and small pet cages. Also frequently applied during fence repair jobs.
EASILY INSTALLED: First, place the ring height-wise in an open pair of pliers, with the ring’s “mouth” facing forward. Hold where you want to join the framework and fabric together. Close the pliers to “pinch” the ring closed and clamp the two fence parts in place.
BLACK VINYL COATING: Surface coating provides these hog rings with resilience to rust and corrosion.
Hog rings are commonly used when installing garden fences, pet cages, chicken coops, and other setups involving small-scale fencing. In these situations, you need a means of safely securing the fence fabric to its framework; otherwise, the fabric can become torn loose and gaps can be exploited. If you have a garden fence, you don’t want rabbits and other critters crawling through to your vegetables on the other side. Hog rings are designed to “pinch” fabric and framework together. To install, simply place a single ring within an open pair of pliers, with the ring’s “mouth” facing forward. Now, locate the spot where you want to secure your fabric and framework together. Close the pliers to clamp the two pieces together. This product consists of a bag containing one pound’s worth of hog rings. Each has been supplied with black vinyl coating. This not only matches the aesthetic of black vinyl fences but yields superior resistance to corrosion. Devoid of rust, your fence will not only be safer to touch but enjoy a longer lifespan.