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Chrispy

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A little while ago I asked about fence paint, well here is the fence. Made in Idigbo and finished with Os/color opaque white, two brush coats and then finished off with a spray coat, seems very good and dries hard very quickly. (hammer)

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Nice..!!

and the added advantage is as they're not metal, they have a good chance of staying in place, not nicked for scrap metal....I daily expect to come home and find out my path gate's gone walkabout..... :evil:
 

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Top Job. Environmentally friendly version of an "iron" fence and will last a lifetime if maintained properly with no rust :lol:
 

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Alan Jones":33ksn426 said:
Did you do the mortices on a morticer with the chisel turned on the angle ?

Yes a 25mm square mortice chopped from both sides to avoid the split out. (hammer)

Thanks for looking. :D
 
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