The Green Pages: POTRISERS, Inc. (E-Commerce Companies)

Main Details
Website: Visit their website
E-Mail: Contact them
Phone: (206) 240-5579
Physical address: 23802 230th PL. S.E.
Maple Valley, WA 98038

E-Commerce Companies
Main Product(s): Other: pot feet for all garden container and statuary

Reviews and Endorsements:
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A few years ago while looking at the High Country Garden catalog (printed & online), I noticed that they were offering a product I wanted: Potrisers, invisible pot feet! HCG was offering this product, which is a package of 12 black squares 1"x1"x1/2" that fit under your containers and/or statuary. You would use four under each container, so the set would be for three containers. I ordered a pack to try it out and I loved it!

I have a lot a containers of different sizes, so I decided to do an online search of this company and found that, not only do they ship directly to consumers, they have larger potrisers, 2"x2"x3/4", for larger pots (16"+) & statuary or where a higher profile is desired. Click onto the retail store link.

The 2"x2"x3/4" only come in packages of 12, but the 1"x1"x1/2" comes in a pack of 16, a 32 value-pack, and bulk -- 80 pieces. The 1"x1"x1/2" are for small to medium pots and statuary.

I ordered the 32 value-pack and some of the 2"x2"x3/4" packages. I've been using them for years and I am very happy with them! They state that they are weatherproof and I leave them outside under the containers in our winter. They are designed and packed in the USA!

From their website, they state....

"POTRISERS are made from 100% recycled material and have a lifetime guarantee."

"Rubberized material grips surfaces while providing cushioning on hard or uneven surfaces such as wood, concrete, aggregate, compacted materials or stone."

"*Potrisers are not recommended for use on vinyl or vinyl composition surfaces."

I'll be ordering again from them! So happy I found out about them!

Highly recommended! A+

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