Garden Reed Fencing: 1.5 x 4M (13 feet x 5 feet) £4.99 at home bargains
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Garden Reed Fencing: 1.5 x 4M (13 feet x 5 feet) £4.99 at home bargains

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Found 9th Feb 2014
Garden Reed Fencing: 1.5 x 4M

Ideal for screening walls and fences, this fantastic value reed fencing measures approximately 1.5 x 4 metres. With an authentic feel, and subtle yet eye-catching detail, it has never been easier to bring that relaxing, exotic feel to your garden this summer. ...Make ours a Mojito, thanks!

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Garden Reed Fencing: 1.5 x 4M (13 feet x 5 feet)
For decorative use
Ideal for screening walls and fences

13 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/4219-garden-reed-fencing-1-x-4m.aspx

1m x 4m also available for £3.99

Banned

would this snap if I stand on it?

right infront of my shed is super muddy and it would be useful to me to lay this over it so I can get my bike out without standing in said mud

Original Poster

CBEE2

would this snap if I stand on it?right infront of my shed is super muddy … would this snap if I stand on it?right infront of my shed is super muddy and it would be useful to me to lay this over it so I can get my bike out without standing in said mud



I think so, depends on your weight, bike or motorbike, and if you fold it in layers I guess.

If there's room height wise a pallet may be better

only available to pick up in store ,nearest is 40 miles away

Good offer.

Most of my current reed fencing has blown away!

Just checked, don't do home delivery on this item for some reason.
Edited by: "Melbury" 9th Feb 2014

Just thought I should mention my neighbour used this against our boundary and it does not stand up to the elements very well, the wind seems especially happy to pull it apart!

Original Poster

dexix

Just thought I should mention my neighbour used this against our boundary … Just thought I should mention my neighbour used this against our boundary and it does not stand up to the elements very well, the wind seems especially happy to pull it apart!



Not much stands up to the weather we've had recently to be fair X)

dexix

Just thought I should mention my neighbour used this against our boundary … Just thought I should mention my neighbour used this against our boundary and it does not stand up to the elements very well, the wind seems especially happy to pull it apart!


I am not surprised I wouldn't want you looking through my fence either alberta
http://www.statichukd.com/images/avatars/avatar516658_1.jpg

Edited by: "biggysilly" 9th Feb 2014

I agree with the comments that it doesn't stand up to the weather. Mine lasted only a few months and it wasn't a bad year in terms of wind/snow/rain. Mine was on a long boundary fence and to be fair was a large exposed area. May be better in areas that are sheltered from elements by buildings etc. It would most definitely snap if you stood on it. It snapped and came apart where my cat scratched it. Shame, because it looked nice.

Thanks op

It would be more effective spending an extra penny and using a fiver as a wind break. Tatty and fragile.

I bought a roll for £3.99 yesterday and put it over our wrought iron gate to slow down the wind that howls down the passageway. So far it has held together.
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