Pamela Scruggs
Pamela Scruggs
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Palette Fence Going In


Sounded like a good re-purposing project but this is harder than it seems. How to make the fence "stable"? Open to suggestions...
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Had pallets leftover- building a fence around my garden
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Thought we dug them in deep enough and used picket stakes to stabilize. The first gusty day came along and they all fell over,

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  • FionaE
    on Jul 18, 2015

    I love that you kept it real. Sometimes our projects don't work out the way we planned...even with lots of work! I have a few like that. :(

  • G fink
    on Sep 24, 2016

    Try installing them on an angle? I think I'd use 2 wood stakes driven maybe 3" deep, per pallet. Then attach pallet to stakes using screws. Therefore, wind should not blow them over. Except tornado and hurricane.

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