Envirohold 1500 sq. ft. 6 L 1.58 Gal Landscape Adhesive (HG-16000) - 2 pack
- Dry Volume: 1.5 gal.
- Color Finish: Sand
- Mulch Type: Additive
- Product Type: Landscape Adhesive
- Coverage Area: 1500 sq. ft.
- Package Size: 1.5 gal.
- Color Family: Tan
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- Does Not Cover 1000 Sq Ft
- Shaking Directions Wrong
- Some Mulch Discolored
- Sprayer clogs easily
- Sprayer Can Be Resused
Comments about Envirohold 1500 sq. ft. 6 L 1.58 Gal Landscape Adhesive (HG-16000) - 2 pack:
Instructons say to invert and shake...but the gorp that clogs the sprayer is stuck to the bottom...you have to shake it while upright to get it mobilized. Coverage on coarse mulch was about 300 square feet for the initial contents of the sprayer. The spray is very coarse and does not cover well. If you suck the bottom gorp into the sprayer, it's about a 40 minute job at the sink to disassemble each part and clean...had to use air pressure to blow some stuff out. Some mulch, which was in the shade when sprayed, now has a mottled white coating on it...have not yet tried wetting it down to see if that will help-the nearby concrete is also similarly discolored from the overspray. Lastly, it's expensive...and I only paid $28 plus tax at the local ACE. Do not know how it will survive a rainstorm yet, so nothing to report on that.
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