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Tarmac Weed Free Paving sand 20kg Bag
Features and benefits
This paving sand from Tarmac is specially formulated to prevent weed growth in the joints between paving slabs & blocks. It is suitable for use with any paving project and is an organic method of inhibiting unwanted weed growth.
- Best applied during dry, sunny conditions
- Inhibits growth of weeds, algae & lichens
- The formulation ensures longevity
- Maximum joint width of 5mm
- Sets to a firm finish
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
Second rate sand
Marty 63 - 2 month ago
waste of money ,weeds were all back the year later.Dont buy!
Does NOT work
Peter Down - 3 month ago
Easy to apply, yes. Sets hard? Sort of. Weed free? You must be joking! Took only 48h to be full of weeds so... rubbish! Money waste. Would rather buy a different product or solution. Just be honest with your clients. Don’t just sell.
This sand does not stop weeds or sets hard
DIY Expert Driveway - 3 month ago
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT Purchased this dearer Tarmac sand as it said it “Sets Hard” TOTAL RUBBISH The first rain it just washed out and ended at the bottom of the drive.I Have been cleaning and re-sanding my drive and paths annually for the past 20 years using the normal cheaper paving sand. I have never had any problems like this stuff. Do not wast you money on Tarmac get the cheeper sand it stays in the drive.I have been in communication with Tarmac for a year and they have rejected any responsibility on this sand. Next stage is to report them to the Trading Standards
petaypanda - 4 month ago
I done the prep work properly and used it properly so no weeds and no issues!
Mervyn71 - 4 month ago
Bought 2 bags. First one not too bad. Second one the sand was very wet despite being stored indoors in dry conditions. This was unusable but currently trying to dry the sand. First one has had no effect on weed growth. Overpriced and generally very poor quality.