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The Flexi-Curve Garden Edging has been made from recycled car tyres which makes is an eco-friendly and light weight alternative to concrete borders. The rubber materials will ensure that these borders have a long lifespan being highly durable and hard wearing. They are easy to install and are supplied with the installation spikes necessary to complete your job.Supplied individually so you only buy what you need. By using recycled rubber, these products are already saving millions of tyres from filling landfills and rubbish tips. Using these recycled products helps to reduce the worlds carbon footprint. Gives a softer surface than wood or concrete. A safer solution for gardens with children
Flexi-Curve Edging is easy to cut with a saw or jigsaw. There are pre-cut holes down the centre for the spikes to be installed. The holes can be drilled to make installation easy, however, hammering the spikes through the rubber will create a good grip around the spikes helping to hold the border in place. Please see the installation guide for helpful tips on installation.
"edging looks fantastic, and should last a very long time"
Reviewed Friday, 29 June 2018
"Everything about it was good"
Reviewed Thursday, 21 June 2018
"Very sturdy product, true to photos. Have not used the product yet."
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 May 2018
"Easy installation and hopefully hardwearing."
Reviewed Tuesday, 22 May 2018
"The product arrived on time and looked even better than I thought it would. Good value & I love the fact it uses recycled tyres."
Reviewed Monday, 9 April 2018
"Nice recycled product, delivered on time"
Reviewed Thursday, 22 March 2018
"The edging was brilliant."
Reviewed Monday, 6 November 2017
"Easy to fit and looks lovely :)"
Reviewed Tuesday, 8 August 2017
"Looks good and took about an hour to install."
Reviewed Wednesday, 26 July 2017
"Good product. Looks great!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 July 2017