so i have a hill in my backyard, im thinkin of buying a roll of that orange fence shit thats like 4' x 100'. obv there will be leftovers but how does this shit work on grass alone? im not really feeling buying a tarp for underneath if i dont have to
there was a thread on this. I'm pretty sure if it's the right kind of fence you can layer it and use some shampoo or soap and water over it and it works pretty well
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If the grass has any length at all you will probably need tarp under it. I have some of that fencing stuff, and it doesn't work at all on grass alone. I just stop completely. With tarp under, it works fine.
alright so heres what i did: folded the fence to get a double layer over the spots that needed it most, set it all up on a hill, threw a rail down, and hit it. it works. oh and in one muddy spot i put the carpet from my doghouse jib under the fence as to not dirty my skis lol.
I've setup snowfence over: Grass, Carpet, Astroturf. It works best on the Astroturf, then the Carpet, and then Grass. It helps to add a bit of soap, I used laundry detergent *Without Bleach* haha, and tons of water. The carpet and Astro are really good at holding in the water which helps alot.
alright well here's the scoop. it works on grass, if you have a good size drop in hill or something, and you have to spray it with water pretty often. i didnt use soap or anything but i would assume that makes it better. due to the lubeyness of it. anyways, the point is that shit works.