Chain link fence slats – A chain link fence is a way to keep critters out of your yard and an ideal way to keep the dog. But they do not offer much in the way of privacy. Neighbors and others see straight through the metal chain link fence. For more privacy, use plastic fence slats (called privacy slats) to form a visual barrier around your lawn and protect it from intruding animals. The project will take about an hour to complete a small fence section.
Put slats in a chain link fence slats, push vinyl slat down through the top of the chain link fence, so the locking notch at the top of the fence. Make sure slat slides right into the column open links made of chain link mesh. Lath will slide directly into this column naturally. Looms not slat between the chain link mesh. Slide lath all the way to the bottom of the fence, and then installing slats before you have completed part of the fence. Make sure that all the notches at the top of the fence slat adjusted horizontally.
After that to put slats in a chain link fence slats, the thread locking blade (vinyl a long piece that is thinner than the fence slats and has an arrow tip end) through the notch in the fence slats along the top row of the chain link fence. This piece must pass through each slat, locking in position. Continue to install vertical slats and locking slat pieces as necessary to complete your installation.