Wood Fence

Wood Fence
Remove the Protective Fence, Remove the Wooden Fence

Would you like to paint your privacy fence wooden fence? Wood fence is easy to work with and gives a nice color with a diffused look.  Its color does not flake off and lets the wood breathe. For maintenance, you do not need to sand or plan.

Remove privacy fence
You want to delete a new privacy fence, and then you can immediately start with wooden fence. Lightly dilute the first coat of paint with water and simply apply to the wood with a brush. A primer is not required. Allow drying briefly (depending on temperature, 2 hours to 1 day when it is cold) and then apply the second coat. For light colors, especially white, a third layer may be required. You may be able to use Moose RDM at the end only for white, to achieve an extra hard-wearing finish.

A 4-liter bucket is enough to fittings cover 25 m² wooden fences (depending on the absorption capacity of the wood).

Do you have a privacy screen that has already been treated? However, it is very important that the stain does not peel off underneath! You can do this as follows:

•For example, clean with linseed soap (spray your privacy fence with the soapy water)

•Spray the wooden fence e.g. with a high-pressure cleaner in the spray booth.

•Allow to dry and if the undercoat still shines then you have to grind it off briefly (Korn 80)

Of course, it's important that the lower layer does not peel off. But if you follow these three steps, the danger is very small. Again, 4 liters of paint for 25 m² are sufficient if you want to cover your privacy fence.

Remove safety fence: How long does your garden fence stay?
Of course, this depends on the circumstances, but you usually have rest for 4 to 5 years. The maintenance is then very easy, just briefly e.g. with a soapy water or possibly clean with a brush and then paint your wooden fence with wooden paint. Then you have peace again for many years and do not need to plan or grind. And of course you can paint your screen again in a different color, because it is particularly opaque.