Your curved fence looks great! excellent use of using shorter fence pieces and multiple posts to fit the curve of the driveway, What did you use to support the fence?
Your fence looks fantastic and I would love to build this....but most importantly I just learned what takes spay paint off a manicureUPDATE
We have started to install the fence and it looks great - It sways a little if the wind is blowing (kind of creepy?) But looks so real!
I still have 2 more panels I had not finished painting to install. AND I managed to knock one over and shatter the tips on some of the finials, So, that has to be repaired.... But almost done with this part!
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And I am not sure which would be the most appropriate quote were you to do so to me this Halloween... One of the following:
- "We are going to need more spray paint"
- "We need to go back to Lowes, again"
- "Did you know Lemon Essential Oil totally removes spray paint from a manicure?"
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It really does work. Grapefruit, Orange and Lime Essential oils do too. (My nails are currently Tiffany blue color under that "Oil Rubbed Bronze" paint)Your fence looks fantastic and I would love to build this....but most importantly I just learned what takes spay paint off a manicure
The PVC molding was sold in 8ft strips, however 8 foot would have be a little too fragile in my opinion and yes, 4 foot is easier to store. They stack together nicely if you set them back to back so they can nestle a little bit into one another. I hope I am describing that understandably.Quick question: Are those all 4' sections for easy storage and setup?
They are overlapped and screwed to the posts.I assume they are attached to the the 'posts' by brackets.