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Property Markers Hi-vis Orange 6-ft.

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Use as property markers to reduce risk of damage from snowplow blades

  • Silver reflective tape adds visibility
  • Ideal for driveways, parking lots, lawns & more
  • Fiberglass stick is flexible & lightweight but withstands all weather conditions
  • Tapered bottom for easy installation
  • Box of 12

Use these low-cost, hi-vis orange sticks as property markers to clearly mark the edges of driveways, sidewalks, parking lots or lawns. Identify snow removal areas to help prevent property damage from snowplow blades. Warn visitors of hazards like culverts or ditch lines. Brilliant blaze orange color is easily visible in low light conditions or bad weather; and, against many backgrounds like snow, blacktop, or wooded or grassy areas. Fiberglass stick is flexible and lightweight (5.75 oz.) but very durable; withstands all weather conditions. Tapered bottom makes installation easy. Includes strip of 3M engineer-grade silver reflective tape for added visibility. 6-ft. length. Box of 12. Made in Canada.

2015 Master Catalog: Page 103

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Not just for driveways

By Woodman I

from Catskills, New York

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  • Easy to set up
  • Highly visible
  • Tall


    Best Uses

    • Mark Mower Limits

    Comments about Property Markers Hi-vis Orange 6-ft.:

    I have a bunch of three-year-old evergreens I planted in a field I mow with a brush hog twice a year. The weeds grow far taller than the trees are, and I waste a lot of time locating the trees before I mow. These markers will be taller than the weeds (which get to be five feet or so) and will let me outline the limits of mowing ahead of time. I also used them to mark a couple of rocks that bang up the lower blades. Ground is rocky, so I made holes with a masonry bit that was just the right size.

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