This play safe rubber mulch is a great solution for busy gardens with children, perfect for using beneath climbing frames or with garden toys and equipment thanks to its cushioning effect and impact absorbency. Made from 100% recycled rubber, it is ecologically friendly and will last all year round and won’t freeze or melt. This mulch is non-toxic, making it perfectly safe for pets or children to play around. This mulch is also very easy to install, durable and deters the growth of mould, fungi and weeds while allowing water and nutrients to pass through, keeping the soil beneath healthy and insulated from extreme weather.
This innovative mulch is also great for using in planters or beds to help deter weeds. The design of the chips allows for water and nutrients to pass through into the soil below, keeping it healthy and insulated from the weather, while preventing the growth of mould, fungi and weeds. To use, simply sprinkle a layer of mulch over the top of your compost around the base of your plant.
This Membrane is both weather and water resistant and is strong and durable, making it able to withstand all kinds of weather. It's made from non-woven polypropylene and has low environmental impact.
How To Install:
Remove all existing weeds by hand or with systemic weed killer if it's being used for landscaping or garden use. When laying on bare earth rake the area & remove any sharp objects or stones. Place the Fabric cover over the desired area leaving about 10cm to 20cm overhang. Cut a cross for any plants you wish to position & dig a hole. Place the plant in the hole & fold back the Fabric. There is no need to pin the Fabric down as this will encourage tearing & the weight of the rubber chippings will hold it down. Pour on the Rubber Chipping to your required depth. Pat down the Rubber Chippings & your overhang should be taken up. Cut or bury this overhang.
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