Pp/pet geotextile non woven

Woven Geotextile fabric prices

WF200 12.5 ft. x 432 ft. Polypropylene Black Woven Stabilization Fabric is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Justin from Great way to go We live on top of a small mountain with a 1700 ft driveway. It is all clay so when it got wet you HAD to have 4 wheel drive. So we put the geotextile fabric down along with a base of 4"- then a top course of 3/4"-. It is a super driveway now. But I will say it's expensive. Between the fabric and gravel it was 10$ per linear foot.

Rated 5 out of 5 by NMGator from Driveway done right The product was delivered within a week. No complaints about the product. Using this type of fabric is the way to go for building a gravel driveway. Just grade your drive and roll it out like carpet. Then drop the gravel on it. Rated 5 out of 5 by FishFarm from 12.5FT. X 432FT. Landscape Fabric Good Value Great landscape stabilization fabric for covering soil to prevent weed growth. Easy to used with garden staples. Easy to order will buy again. Durable and Strong. Rated 5 out of 5 by jc from Gravel drive way I used my Bobcat track loader to remove 10" deep × 12' wide by 400' long. I then rolled out the fabric and secured it with plastic fabric stakes. I put down 4 tri axles of#2 then 4 tri axles of #53 with lots of dust to lock in the #2s and then topped with 2 tri axles#8 Rated 3 out of 5 by John from Works good It does not take sun very well and fades. After the sun has got to it, it starts to rip. I covered some of it with mulch and it has been great. It is easy to install but you need stakes to hold it down.

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