first, remove the fence post cap to inspect inside the vinyl post. it may be hollow or have supports that can be replaced. depending on your local soil and weather conditions, the fence may have been installed without internal post support if so, youre in luck .
video of the day. remove any metal objects at or near the site of the stain. rust is caused by the oxidation of metal and therefore is not commonly associated with pvc. if there are no metal objects near the fence, the stain is probably from exposure to hard water, not rust. spray the fence with water from a standard garden hose.
remove green algae and brighten your fence and landscaping. fill a gallon bucket with warm water and 2 tbsp. dish soap. wet a 6- to 8-foot section of the vinyl fence with a garden hose.
if your fence was fitted into notches then you can use a rubber mallet to start knocking the rails of each vinyl fence section out of the post. once youve knocked it loose you can simply pull it free. otherwise, you can just use a screwdriver to remove the screws. the fence sections are pretty easy to remove after the screws are out of the way.
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dig up the fence post along with its concrete anchor with your shovel. remove all of the soil around the base. lift the fence post and its concrete anchor with the help of at least one assistant.
easy application to your vinyl fence. wear a pair of thick rubber gloves and mix the solution well. with a sponge, lightly wet the entire surface of one vinyl fence panel. allow the solution to sit on the fence for at least a minute, then wipe the surface firmly with the sponge. rinse the panel and the sponge with a hose.
alternatively, you could use a vinegar and water solution in a spray bottle and spray the entire fence. then youll need to wipe down the fence with a cloth to remove the grime. you might need to cover the same area a couple times to remove caked-on residue. hose down the fence afterwards to remove all vinegar residues and solid particles.
as you install each section of vinyl fence, you remove the stake. the most important part of the post hole is the bottom. using the flat end of a digging bar or a 4 x 4, tamp the bottom of each post hole to provide a firm base for the fence post footing.
slide the panels out of the fence. lift the top rail off of the panel you need to replace. then, pull the panel up to remove it. if you took off all of the screws earlier, the panel should come off of the fence easily. if the panel is next to a post, it may be attached with side brackets. carefully move the panel to the side and out of the brackets.
cleaning vinyl fences that have latex or enamel paint spots. cleaning vinyl fencing that has paint spots and, in some cases, graffiti, can be removed very easily or this could be very difficult, depending on the type of paint used. in our last post, we explained how to remove lawnmower tire scuffs off of vinyl fence materials here in colorado and wyoming. the removal of paint is a little more challenging but can be done successfully especially if the paint is a latex or enamel-based paint.
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but sometimes, vinyl panels need replacement due to damages and extra weathering. so, first and foremost, locate the damaged panel, see if the is possible to repair. for the same, start by removing screws present on each panel. you can remove these screws either through the bracket or using the fence post. now, dismount or take off the vinyl panel that isnt required and set in away.
otherwise, you can just use a screwdriver to remove the screws. the fence sections are pretty easy to remove after the screws are out of the way. finally, youll need to dig down the sides of the fence posts so you can pull them out of the ground. some may be concrete mounted, which means youll need to break up the concrete and pull the post.
using the same method, release the other side of the panel and remove it from the fence. step 4 fit the new panel. fitting the new panel is simply the reverse of removing the broken panel. first, fit the panel to the brackets that are set in each fence post, and secure it with the screws or other fastener. second, fit the panel into the sockets in the posts and press them in until you hear the clips snap open.
if equipped, the vinyl fence might have top caps or a railing system which runs between posts to help secure the panels in place. take off the top railing, using a drill-driver, screwdriver, or pry bar. remove the panels from the posts. next, pull the fence panels away, or slide the pickets from the fence panel.
how to assemble a vinyl panel fence using either the routed system or the bracket system. instructions for building the fence on flat and sloped terrain. skip to collection list skip to video grid
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hosing off the fence with water, working in small sections and from the top down. use a sprayer attachment with a steadier stream if stubborn dirt remains. add a few squirts of dish soap to the bucket and fill it with warm water. moisten a rag with the soapy solution and wipe the fence, again working in small sections.
if you are one of the many people using vinyl for your fencing needs, you should know how to cut vinyl fence panels. here are some tips. measurements. when you measure your vinyl, be sure that the weather is not extreme. vinyl expands and contracts when the weather changes.