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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.
Never set.Waste of money,time&effort.DONT BUY
Nelly69 - 3 days ago
Fallowed instruction carefully but still did not work. It will not set even the weather is good. When it rain it will come off. Weeds are worst than before. So I need to take it off and replaced with other brand
CK08 - 16 days ago
Total waste of money. Weeds were back as they were before. Don't pay extra for this as clearly doesn't work as described.
Should be called 'weed enhancer'
Skinnyrunt - 5 months ago
Four years since my drive was laid and not had weeds or moss before but I wanted to clean the surface of the bricks so after cleaning and spraying with weedkiller (as a precaution) I covered with this sand. A month or two later and I have weeds and moss between the bricks, would not recommend to anyone!
GECKOS33 - 7 months ago
Used this product in a newly block paved drive and thought I'd pay the extra for the weed free, what a mistake weeds started growing in about 3 months and more continue to grow 6 months on.
Buy the cheaper kiln dried sand and save yourself alot of money
This product does not “Sets Hard” as promised.
Drive Man Fred - 7 months ago
Punched to do drive on a slight incline. After 1 month the first rain washed it all out.
B&Q and Tarmac have so far refused to take any responsibility for this breach of the Trade Descriptions Act.