Ideal Care for Metal Fence Panels

Feb 10th

Metal fence panels – Metal fencing panels do not differ from other painted metal and therefore they require same type of maintenance. Rest of this article presents some maintenance steps to help you get rid of rust forever.

Wood and Metal Fence Panels
Wood and Metal Fence Panels

For a non-traditional fencing privacy option, consider a used piece to add some history and character to your garden or patio. Locate salvaged or antique metal fence panels from tag sales, estate sales or antique shops. Metal or iron fence will not generally fix, so this option is best for those looking for some privacy but do not require shelter. To increase privacy, plant climbing vines or roses at base fence. Plants will be visually more interesting and increase coverage.

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Paint damage peeling, cracking or bubbling must be corrected immediately to stop their spread. With help of a steel brush you need to remove any flaking paint that you find on metal. Do same for all stainless you find and then apply primer to apply two layers of fence. After it is dry, apply color rust to apply two coats.

It does not care how much attention you give to this metal fence panels, eventually there will be a patch of rust that requires your immediate attention. First thing you need to do is wire brush and sand in area that has rust on it until you get to bare metal. Once you have done with a wire brush, apply Rust Mort and when it is dry, you need to prime and finally paint.