How To Cut Rubberific Landscape Edging?


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you cut no dig landscape edging?

1:572:43EasyFlex No-Dig Edging - Improvements Catalog - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipMake sure you cut at the midpoint between the anchoring tabs for best results cut edging with handMoreMake sure you cut at the midpoint between the anchoring tabs for best results cut edging with hand snips or a fine-tooth. Saw always take proper safety precautions. When spiking and cutting edging.

What do I cut my garden edging with?

Using tin snips carefully cut the edging a little longer than you need. Make sure you wear gloves to avoid the sharp edges.

How long does Rubberific edging last?

Properly installed, lawn edging will last 20 years or more.

What's the best way to install rubber edging?

Dig a few inches to allow space for the edging to be installed. Do not throw away the dirt you remove because you will use it later to fill any gaps after the edging has been installed. Use edging stakes every few inches. Place the first stake at one end of the edging, and then keep adding stakes until you reach the other end.

What kind of edging do you need for a garden?

We reserve the right to discontinue or alter these terms at any time. Rubberific landscape edging is the perfect edging for flower beds, gardens, sidewalks, driveways, and more. The flexible rubber edging will contour to any landscape and provide any project with a finished look.

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