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Step 1: Identify posts that require Fence Armor. Typically, they are areas that are affected by grass trimmers.
Step 2: If your post is already damaged, it is best to waterproof, stain or paint the afflicted area before installing Fence Armor.
Step 3: Align Fence Armor so that it sits in the middle of the center line of your grass trimmer's path.
Step 4: If desired, use a hot dipped galvanized nail, 1 inch to 1 1/4 inch long. Hammer into place.
Step 5: The preferred method is to fasten with a #8x1½" self-tapping stainless steel screw. For Vinyl installation, pre-drill a hole and then fasten with the same screw with mild pressure so as not to deform Fence Armor.
Step 6: Fence Armor can also be fastened from the sides, aligning hole to slot, if accessible. This is optional, as in most cases this is not necessary.
Step 7: If a larger vertical area of protection is required. Fence Armor can be stacked until desired height is attained.
Step 8: If a low bottom rail prevents a full piece of Fence Armor, we recommend our Demi Fence Armor. Alternatively you can use shears or cutters to trim Fence Armor to suit your size needs.
Step 9: For your protection, always remember to round the corners of a piece you have cut. Using a file will help in this.
Step 10: Fence Armor is also useful for inside corner installation.
Step 11: Cut Fence Armor down the center to achieve a 90 degree corner. Again, do not forget to round the corners.
Step 12: To fasten, pre-drill a 1/8 inch hole in an accessible location and fasten as described in steps 4 and 5.