- Great for protecting gardens from small animals and pests
- Galvanized finish provides anti-corrosion and anti-rust security
- Light-weight, flexible steel
- Pet uses- chicken coups, fencing, cages, etc.
- Many uses for home and craft projects
Garden Bed Pest Barrier Root Baskets Tree Guards Soil sifter Gutter Guard Screen Door Mesh Patch Work Secure Pipes Stencils Animal Cage Chicken Coop
Hardware cloth is perfect for keeping out small, pesky critters because of the small mesh size. Hardware cloth can be applied beneath garden beds for underground protection. The cloth can also be used as a barrier to protect crops, specifically vegetables, from critters trying to crawl or climb into the bed.
Hardware cloth can also be used for individual root baskets in your garden to allow roots to grow through the mesh and be protected if any of the roots get chewed.
Another great option is using hardware cloth for home projects, such as patching a hole in the wall or installing a durable mesh for a screen door. Keeping pets in an enclosure or cage is also one of the many uses for hardware cloth. One common use is also constructing chicken coops. You can even use it to scoop and sift kitty garbage because of the small mesh size!
If you think outside the box, there are many creative ways to use hardware cloth in crafts too— there are many versatile uses for it.
Hardware cloth is a lightweight steel that is easy to work with and cut using tin snips. Hardware cloth is built to last. It goes through the process of hot-dip galvanization. Hot-dip galvanization fully reinforces all welds and joints of the entire fence roll. This process includes immersing the fence roll in a vat of molten zinc, resulting in a complete coat of protection against corrosion.