Chain Link Fence Metal Banana Clip Fabric Stretching and Tensioning Tool - Holds Chain Link Fence Fabric In Place During Installation - BCLIP-M
Banana Clip Chain Link Fence Fabric Tensioning Tool is a time-saving hack for installing a chain link fence. Banana Clips are designed to hold the free-standing chain link up during installation, preventing it from getting blown or knocked over and putting it back up manually. They hold the fence in place while tying the chain link material off. It is recommended to use at least 5 banana clips for safe and effective installation, and they should be positioned every 20 to 30 feet along the top rail.
Once the chain link material has been set up, the clips go between the diamonds in the chain link up to the top rail. This will hold it up to the top rail, keeping the chain link in place while pulling the slack out and stretching it down the fence line. Position the banana clips after the fence posts to allow the banana clip to move down the top rail. This placement prevents damage to the posts and allows the slack to be pulled out. They also should be placed past the top rail sleeve so they can slide on the top rail.