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Whitewash 4-Panel Yard Privacy Screen - 23"x42" 3.9 5 18 18
Good product Color is exactly as shown which for me was important because I needed it to match existing wood on patio .found customer service to be excellent. April 5, 2014
Second purchase I bought these panels in the natural finish in a larger size before. Instead of using them with their hinges and posts supplied, I screwed them to larger wood posts I hammered deep in the ground to create a very sturdy fence area to hide large garbage cans. They have stood up to strong midwest winds and snow and still look great. I might stain and seal them next spring just to keep the nice finish. With these smaller panels, I will use them in the same manner but in front of the house so that my posts will be more decorative to match the appealing finish of the wood. Great product. September 27, 2013
30"x60" panels Just like most have have to use something else to put these panels up with besides the ones that are shipped with the product. I used 8 inch angle brackets and concrete screws to attach mine to the patio. Only put them on 1 side and the first wind made them lean. I had to go back and attach 10" brackets to the other side. It seems to be holding up all right now. Ending up costing me about 60.00 dollars to get them to stand up. They are just to top heavy when you use small brackets. I dont think they would ever stand on the ground with out using cement in the holes. I really wanted the natural wood ones but they were out of stock when I ordered. I am going to paint the white wash ones. Shipping on this item is very high. June 11, 2013
Patio Screen The screens add a touch of class to my patio while hiding unpleasant sights from neighboring back yard. June 7, 2013
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