Bright nails get their name from their bright surface compared to other nails. That's because they have no protective coating to slow rusting from salt or humidity exposure. In other words, a nail that is uncoated is called a "bright" nail. These are normally used for indoor joinery applications which are unlikely to suffer the effects of the elements. On the other hand, Nails intended for outdoor use are often galvanized with a coating of zinc to improve their resistance to the outdoor elements.
We carry bright nails and other fixings in different sizes. These are available mostly in packs and have full round heads for clamping. Bright nails are self-colored and have no plating. For greater rigidity and strength against humidity, we recommend using Wire Weld Framing Nailers on this particular type of nail. The Timco Bright Cut Clasp Nails are more traditional, but you may need to look up how to drive them adequately.
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