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Post Protector

Model # 4642C8 | Store SKU # 1000749664
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4x6x42 Post Protector(Case of 8pcs)

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4x6x42 Post Protector(Case of 8pcs)
  • Post Protector
  • Model # 4642C8
  • Store SKU # 1000749664
  • 6
4x6x42 Post Protector(Case of 8pcs)
- / each

Overview Model # 4642C8 Store SKU # 1000749664

Post Protector is a slide-on barrier system protecting in-ground posts from decay by eliminating soil-to-wood or concrete-to-wood contact. Post Protector allows for typical post-in-ground foundations without the decay causing micro-organisms ever having access to the post. The treatment in a pressure treated post is a pesticide used in an effort to make the wood fibre an undesirable food source for these micro-organisms. The treatment is effective initially but loses its effectiveness as the chemical migrates or leaches from the post over time. Post Protector eliminates this chemical migration and keeps the treatment with the post where it belongs. Common applications are decks, pergolas, fences, pole barns, to name a few.

  • Simple slide-on installation
  • HDPE- material has 400 plus years of in-ground useful life
  • Lightweight, flexible and strong
  • Protects post from weed eaters
  • Net opening size is 3-3/4 x 5-3/4
  • Includes(4 per post) 3/8-inch x 1-1/2-inch galvanized lags with EPDM bonded washers to attach post protector to post




Assembled Depth (in inches) 4 Assembled Height (in inches) 42
Assembled Weight (In LBS) 2.5 Assembled Width (in inches) 6
Item Depth 15 Item Height 42
Item Weight 22 Item Width 20


Country of Origin US-United States Material Cardboard

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