Painting or spraying the garden fence?

Painting or spraying the garden fence?


A garden fence can be sprayed or painted. Surface, construction and costs are the main criteria to be weighed.

In order for the garden fence to be protected against the weather, it requires wood preservation. This can be done by means of hard oils, varnishes, glazes or stains. The traditional method of applying protection is with a brush. But the paint can also be sprayed with a spray gun. Which method is more suitable for the garden fence depends on the circumstances.

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Painting is cheaper and the first choice for small areas

The biggest advantage of painting is the cost factor. Brushes are cheaper than a paint spray gun. Nevertheless, make sure that the brush has no inferior quality. Cheap products are more prone to hair, which negatively impacts the coating effect.

Another benefit of brushing is that the grain of the wood is highlighted more intensely. In technical language one speaks of a better "flaring" of the wood. At the same time the wood protection penetrates better when brushing into the garden fence. This is a guarantee for a long shelf life.

The brush can be used to work more accurately and controlled. Noses or runners can be easily repaired and the paint can be applied more dosed.

The biggest disadvantage is the time spent. It just takes longer to paint each fence slat one by one. Often, two to three coats are necessary until the wood has the right color. If the garden fence has a complicated construction, as with a lamb fence or a hunter fence, it is difficult and difficult to paint every corner well.

Spraying is best suited for a large or crooked garden fence.

For large areas or crooked structures, the Spray gun ahead. The purchase price of a paint spray gun is more expensive, but as you can apply the wood protection faster, the investment is worthwhile.

Studies have also shown that spraying in most cases requires only one coat of paint in order to create a closed, homogeneous coat of paint receive. The surfaces also appear smoother and cleaner - as long as the process is mastered and the ink supply is optimally adjusted.

Otherwise noses and runners are created, which can then be repaired with the brush. A training and a reasonable spray gun are therefore required for a good result. While spraying can save time while applying paint, covering it requires more effort. In addition, it must be relatively windless while working to avoid spraying the spray on the house walls or the like.

Spraying is trendy, but brushing is often better

Spraying is the trend of home improvement, which may also be fun lies. For a small and simple garden fence, however, the high initial costs are not worthwhile.

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