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Old 01-21-2006, 10:40 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried the above product? I checked them out at rubberific.com (sorry I don't know how to link) and got a sample. Looks like neat stuff to me but my husband isn't sold. Our 8 month old wood mulch already looks bad. It can be ordered through Ace, which is great for us as we've always liked doing business there. Thanks

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Old 01-21-2006, 05:42 PM   #3
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Thanks, but how do you do it?
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We have also been wondering bout the rubber mulch. Looks like a great idea, but we do not know ANYONE who has it.

It is also VERY expensive here.
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One of the best observances on HGTV was about a Co. in WA that specializes in ground covering plants. They literally had hundreds of them for all zones. I plan on finding them come landscaping time. IMHO mulch has too many problems, #1 here is bugs.
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It's actually rubberificmulch.com, not the other. Their order system is down so I couldn't double-check prices, but it seems like it was about 200.00 for our 5x25 bed. A little spendy but it lasts and I don't think bugs are a problem.

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