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How to repaint an iron fence? - Home Fencing

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    an iron fence is not a computer. at all
    why not post here, and not in computers.
    https://www.fixya.com/troubleshoot/brows...



    amazing no, a fencing forum.

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There are video's on google and on YouTube about how to fix iron fences.

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Hiya,

When your painting iron its all about the primer, this helps its withstand the elements. Make sure you
also remove any existing rust! Here is a good example of how to paint a iron fence. Let me know if you have any questions


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