No-Sag Nails

Important notice as of October 27, 2021:

The manufacturer has discontinued these specialty nails. šŸ¤·šŸ»ā€ā™€ļøšŸ¤·šŸ»ā€ā™‚ļø We were wondering why, lately, people are buying up large quantities... now we know.

We have an extremely limited quantity remaining, and once they're sold out, as Porky Pig says, "that's all folks!" šŸ˜¢

If you're looking for a replacement, visit your local hardware store to see if they carry a ribbed nail. Be sure to get something with a beefy, sturdy shank so it won't bend as you're hammering into the furniture frame.

Good luck on your search. After nearly 20 years of selling these fantastic nails, needless to say, we are really bummed we had to write any of this...


No-sag nails are special nails made specifically to secure spring twine, zig zag clips, rubber webbing clips, etc. to the frame. The shanks are ribbed, which helps to prevent the nails (and thus the springs or clips) from pulling out from the frame.

It is particularly important to use these nails, as the last thing you want to happen is your springs pulling out of the frame because the nail pulled itself out. If that should happen, goodbye spring job / all your hard work, hello frustration!

No Sag Nails

  • Nail height - 1"
  • Sold by the 1/4 lb (approximately 120 nails)


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