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Faux Double Sided Leaves Privacy Screen 39" x 10' 3.7 5 39 39
Ground stakes Thes stakes went in very well as long as you used a wooden block betwen the post and the hammer. June 8, 2012
Total waste of money It's cheap, it looks horrible, and I didn't even bother returning it. Totally not worth spending a dollar on. June 6, 2012
work as advertised work fine and hold poles well, but are pricey, captured audience June 3, 2012
Beautiful Privacy We needed privacy on our condominium balcony that would be approved by our condominium association. We've wasted time and money on other privacy ideas but were never so satisfied as with this "beautiful privacy" solution. We are so happy with the effects and are able to spend much more time outside on our now beautiful private balcony. May 25, 2012
Creates a beautiful seperation without feeling boxed-in! Living in a typical subdivison where your neighbors are fairly close, I wanted something to just help create a separation, without feeling like I was living in a "compound"! I ordered the outdoor sunshade AND the ivy from Improvements.(I have ordered from Improvements before and have been MORE than satisfied.) I LOVE the final results! To attach the ivy to our deck rails, I just got some green flower designing/arrangement wire at my local Ace Hardware and basically "zip-tied" it to the posts. Piece of cake and instant privacy! May 20, 2012
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