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Fix a garden fence

It’s time to fix your broken fence!

You’ve been looking at your broken fence for a while now, putting off replacing it because it matches your garden perfectly. Don’t worry, you can keep it! In just a few minutes you’ll learn how to fix a fence and make it look like new!

WHAT YOU NEED

MATERIALS

- Putty filler (e.g. UniBond Repair Express Power Putty)
- Paint

TOOLS

- A cloth
- A brush

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Get the Materials

You will need putty filler (e.g. UniBond Repair Express Power Putty), a cloth, a brush and paint.

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STEP 1

Clean and dry the surface

Clean the surface to be repaired and dry thoroughly with a cloth.

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STEP 2

Cut the putty filler

Cut the putty filler (e.g. UniBond Repair Express Power Putty), following the instructions on the package.

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STEP 3

Mix the product

Mix the putty filler with your hands until you achieve a uniform white colour.

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STEP 4

Apply the product

Apply the product to the broken part of the fence and mould it until you obtain the perfect shape of the part to be reconstructed.

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STEP 5

Paint it!

Wait just 5 minutes for the product to harden. Now you can paint it so that it matches the fence.

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STEP 6

Mix the product

Mould the remaining product to glue the broken strip to the fence.

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STEP 7

Glue the strip and it’s done!

Stick on the strip using the repair paste. And it’s done – knowing how to fix a fence enabled you to get your own garden fence fixed! Check out the other 5 garden repairs you should do before the summer season starts!

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