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1.5 Ft Cemetery Fence - Decorations

$19.99 - In Stock Item# 00160697
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This cemetery fence should keep all zombies, ghosts, ghouls and goblins out of-- or in-- your yard. In either case, these ghoulish gates are a great Halloween decoration. Put it at the corner of your lawn or on the porch, add some fake graves (sold separately), and get set for a Halloween extravaganza! Also a fun haunted house decoration.

  • Includes:
    • 2 fence panels
  • Indoor/outdoor use
  • Dimensions: 19" x 30"
  • Weight: 2.7 pounds
  • Material: Plastic
  • Care: Spot clean
  • Imported
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Spencer's1.5 Ft Cemetery Fence - Decorations
 
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4.0

Great looking fence

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Comments about Spencer's 1.5 Ft Cemetery Fence - Decorations:

I paid heed to those that said they supported the fencing with rebar or other stakes before even attempting to set up. Bought rebar and pre-painted flat black and used black zip ties to connect & support the fencing. I bought 6 sets and tied them all together to create about a 12' run. Received a lot of comments on how good it looked.

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4.0

Great decoration for your graveyard

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Comments about Spencer's 1.5 Ft Cemetery Fence - Decorations:

The fence was delivered in a timely fashion but a couple of the decorative points on top were broken off. Frankly, this was ok for me as it gave the fence a little spookier appearance for my graveyard. The fence looks terrific - color, texture and design are all great. If you plan to have these be free-standing fences (in your yard or flower beds) you have to be careful about hammering them into the ground - the spikes at the bottom can break especially in harder ground. I don't think it's intended to be hammered into the ground. What I did was to get some three foot dowel sections and hammering them into the ground. Then I attach the fences to the dowels with zip ties. Otherwise - a great product.

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