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Yes, that's exactly what I used it for.
Brandon Zeone
· November 30, 2014
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Technically yes, let out sit in the sun for 15, you can cut it so you would butt two pieces together to form the 90 degree angle. Stake two times at the end of each side of the angle.
Peter V
· April 26, 2014
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I used this Easy Flex in my daughter's back yard to install a 3 foot walkway about 40 feet with a "curve" along the path. The Easy Flex was used to contain 1/4 inch dark gravel that hardens after laying out. 3/4 inch light gray colored gravel encircled the path way giving it a nice pleasant look set against the dark … see more I used this Easy Flex in my daughter's back yard to install a 3 foot walkway about 40 feet with a "curve" along the path. The Easy Flex was used to contain 1/4 inch dark gravel that hardens after laying out. 3/4 inch light gray colored gravel encircled the path way giving it a nice pleasant look set against the dark pathway. You will have to buy extra spikes to hold down EasyFlex. The spikes are hard and long enough but you will most likely have to wet the ground but remember the EasyFlex is only about 2 inches in height, so make sure it will fit the purpose in your project. see less I used this Easy Flex in my daughter's back yard to install a 3 foot walkway about 40 feet with a "curve" along the path. The Easy Flex was used to contain 1/4 inch dark gravel that hardens after laying out. 3/4 inch light gray colored gravel encircled the path way giving it a nice pleasant look set against the dark pathway. You will have to buy extra spikes to hold down EasyFlex. The spikes are hard and long enough but you will most likely have to wet the ground but remember the EasyFlex is only about 2 inches in height, so make sure it will fit the purpose in your project.
Robert
· October 14, 2016
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The Edging wall height almost 1.5" tall. The advantage of this height is it allows for holding in mulch, rock, or other landscape bedding material and is short enough to not be effected by mower blades.
Matt M.
· April 28, 2014
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Yes it's a mistake. It comes with 40 staked to secure to the ground and 100 feet of boarder.
Laura A.
· June 21, 2019
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It's not very tall...maybe an inch or so. 24 extra is more than enough. Even about 6 -12 extra is suffice
kim celona
· August 15, 2015
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I did not paint the edging. I would recommend you consult someone from a reliable paint store. Hope this helps!
Lou Abbondanzio
· May 10, 2017
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I did a 10x24' using 12x12x2" (thick) pavers. It warped so bad that I had to use a spike in almost every hole to get it somewhat straight. I would not use this product again for this purpose. I would buy the thicker individual ones instead. I still used in because in my design it does not show much and I had time … see more I did a 10x24' using 12x12x2" (thick) pavers. It warped so bad that I had to use a spike in almost every hole to get it somewhat straight. I would not use this product again for this purpose. I would buy the thicker individual ones instead. I still used in because in my design it does not show much and I had time constraint issues. see less I did a 10x24' using 12x12x2" (thick) pavers. It warped so bad that I had to use a spike in almost every hole to get it somewhat straight. I would not use this product again for this purpose. I would buy the thicker individual ones instead. I still used in because in my design it does not show much and I had time constraint issues.
Big J.
· September 26, 2017
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Yes, there is a connecting piece and it's simple to connect. I cut it with a heavy duty shears with little difficulty. I would advise you to order extra pins to hold in place.
Bette H.
· May 6, 2017
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Yes...no problem...as long as it lays flat enough to put the stakes in. I did not grade the dirt...you just have to put the spikes in closes together
Retiredmomma
· February 20, 2018