IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
WHAT REDUCES THE LIFE OF FENCE MESH?
The sun’s UV rays cause the ink to fade. The colours fade at different rates so they don’t necessarily fade in a uniform fashion. The mesh coating will also discolour and break down over time.
Fence wrap exposed to regular windy conditions will deteriorate faster. The friction speeds up the process of the mesh breaking down.
If your fence wrap is loose, flaps in the wind or rubs an object, it will be subjected to extra stress and will deteriorate faster.
EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR FENCE WRAP
Life expectancy can range from six to 36 months. Environmental and care factors will dictate the life of your product.
If possible, exposed fence mesh should be taken down when gale-force winds are predicted.
Install your fence wrap with cable ties at the correct spacing.
Ensure that there is good tension and your fence wrap is not sagging or loose.
Regularly check the condition of your fence wrap and make adjustments.
Store your fence wrap rolled up – do not fold or score.
Do not use harsh cleaners. Spot test first. Use soapy water to remove dirt.
CABLE TIE SPACING
Cable tie every eyelet when installing your fence wrap.
Failure to do so will lead to