By Darcell Caron. Fence. Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 16:21:26 PM.
Existing fence If you have an existing traditional fence and your creative thinking dog (The Explorer?) keeps finding ways out then you can consider adding an underground dog fence to keep him contained. This is the best of both worlds. Installation is much simpler too since you can simply attached the underground fence wire to the existing traditional fence.
Compatibility with other fences and/or barriers If you are planning to use your underground fence in addition to other containment products such as the PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Barrier, the PetSafe Pawz Away Outdoor Barrier or the PetSafe Indoor Fence, or if you have dogs of different sizes and temperaments, you will need to choose a system that has collar compatibility between them. The PetSafe Deluxe, PetSafe Small Dog, PetSafe Standard and PetSafe Cat collars can be used with any current PetSafe underground fence and the PetSafe Indoor Fence. The Pawz Away and Innotek Ultra collars are compatible with the Innotek Ultra Transmitter as well as the PetSafe Pawz Away Indoor Barrier and the PetSafe Paws Away Outdoor Barrier. All other systems are compatible with their own transmitters only including the PetSafe Wireless Instant Fence which is not part of this review
Picture Frame Fence The picture frame fence is a more decorative variation of privacy fencing. Its name comes from the vertical posts and horizontal rails that frame the sections of fencing. The framing adds both charm and opportunities for customization. You can select the board height, the number of boards each frame will contain and whether or not the frame and boards will match. You can also embellish a picture frame fence with additional wood trim.
HOW TO CLEAN VINYL FENCE: Materials Needed: * Water hose * bucket of soapy water or spray bottle of vinyl cleaning solution. * Soft cloth rags * Soft scrub brush (for tougher stains or dirt) Level of Difficulty: * 2 - Vinyl fencing is relatively easy to clean but can require a little elbow grease or extra scrub for some tougher stains and dirty spots. Recommended Time Frame for Cleaning a Vinyl Fence: * For maximum results; you should clean your vinyl fence at least once every 3 - 6 months.
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