How to Build a Herringbone Privacy Screen
Use basic home improvement store materials to add designer-grade privacy and graphic impact to an outdoor space.
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Stain and Seal Wood
Using a stain pad or a paint brush, add stain to planks and frame. Let dry, then apply outdoor sealant. Let dry completely before hanging.
Hang the Privacy Screen
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