The internet/web is truly a wonderful thing, but NOT when it comes to the quickest/most effective way of joining two rolls of galvanized hexagonal mesh (rabbit/chicken mesh etc)! OK the Forestry Commission has suggested 300mm overlap with clipped rings or wire twists at 100mm spacings, but that's all I can find.
Not convinced by use of clipped rings, so bought some 1.2mm galv' wire today to try out the "wire twists", but
there must be something better/tidier/more effective!?
What do you do? (Thanks.)