20 Gauge Black Vinyl Coated Poultry Hex Netting with 1 inch Mesh
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Fencer Wire 20 Gauge Black Vinyl Coated Poultry Hex Netting with 1 inch Mesh
- 1 in. hexagonal mesh for confinement and support of animals, plants, soil or compost materials
- Black Vinyl Coated & Galvanized prior to weaving for longer-lasting rust protection
- Welded, galvanized steel fencing for strength and durability
- 20-Gauge steel wire offers flexibility and light weight
I purchased this product for protection from the elements, because of our proximity to salt water. The vinyl coating also makes the wire much easier to work with. It's more pliable, lays flatter and doesn't kink up. The black PVC coating also makes the fencing seem less visible. I'm glad I paid the extra cost for the vinyl coating, it's worth it.
Good for what my intended project
Arrived in a timely manner and looks great. Quality and materials are on par with the more expensive rivals. Saved money on this one!
As expected, good quality, arrived on time.
Won't use plain chicken wire again.
No need to search stores for coated wire.
This does what its supposed to do, keep things in or out. Right now it keeps the dogs in the yard.
Just what I needed. Kept the neighborhood dogs out of my yard and kept my dogs in. I also bought it to keep the rabbits out, so far so good! The color black is great. You can't see it from far away. Very easy to work with.
Nice fencing. Very durable with a good vinyl finish. The 6 foot width is great for keeping the deer out of the garden. Pricing is much better than other brands.
I'm using this under sod to keep the gophers from digging holes and my dogs from expanding the holes. I had someone install this in the front yard and wanted to do it in the back yard. I can see the vinyl coating will help in keeping the chicken wire in place. I over lapped by 2 inches and used tie wraps to tie the rows together. This was real easy to work with. When I worked with normal chicken wire and had to cut it I would end up with scratches from the edges. This was a lot better. Good stuff.
My dog chewed a hole right through this. She's not a huge dog, but she's persistent, and she's a chewer. A 45 pound lab/border collie mix. So don't expect this contain a motivated dog that chews things. Should be fine for more mellow dogs.
I realize, of course, that this is called "poultry netting", not dog netting, so it's probably my own fault.
On the plus side, it's almost invisible from 20 feet away, especially if it's in the shade and there are shrubs behind it. It blends into foliage incredibly well.