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100-Ft. Orange Fence Roll
"4-ft. high x 100-ft. long fencing constructed of high-density polyethylene is ultraviolet resistant for long-lasting durability. Effective to temperatures of 60 to 180F. Tensile strength of 750 lbs. per foot tensile yield is 3200 PSI. 3 1/2in. x 1 1/2in. nominal mesh opening. Material High density polyethylene, Mesh Opening Size L x W in. 3 1/2 x 1 1/2, Tensile Strength lbs. per ft. 750, Color Orange, Fence Size L x H ft. 100 x 4, Tensile Yield PSI 3,200."
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Summary(3 reviews)
2 of 3(67%)would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for 100-Ft. Orange Fence Roll
Review 1 for 100-Ft. Orange Fence Roll
Orange Fence Roll not strong
January 14, 2008
from Meridian, MS
I was disappointed that the fence roll was not nearly as strong as stated in the description. It broke easily at the point it was attached to the tree where we started putting it up and was absolutely worthless to us for our purposes. It also stretched and did not go back into shape. It may be fine as a warning barrier, but is not useful to keep anything in or out of an area.
Describe Yourself: Total Beginner
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Review 2 for 100-Ft. Orange Fence Roll
100-ft. Orange Fence Roll
October 15, 2007
from New Jersey
I've been looking this for a long time. I can cut it easily and make bins in my front yard for the leaf collector to come by and suck the leaves out. I've tried many other things but 5 pieces of rebarb rod and this fence is the perfect answer.
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
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Review 3 for 100-Ft. Orange Fence Roll
Quick Pet Enclosure
March 6, 2007
from San Diego, CA
My 75 pound Chow/Shepherd enjoys hanging out in the garage with me when I'm turning wrenches on my Jeep but I needed a way to secure her without using a leash or chain. I ordered the 100Ft. Orange Fence Roll as the most affordable way to accomplish this. I cut off a section the width of the garage door opening, stapled 1"x1" firing strips to each end, and use hook & loop straps to secure them to the garage door tracks. Easy and inexpensive. Now I can focus on my work knowing my dog has a great view and fresh air but can't wander off. Plus for the low initial investment, I have plenty of material left over for other projects.