A rock garden or a pathway paved with decorative pebbles are surely eye-catching, but can also be quite impractical as stones can go everywhere. The good news is that you do not need to skip out on that landscaping choice. Just be smart when you are using loose gravel as a filler or décor piece. You can freeze your gravel, pebbles, or stones in place!
Pour On Gravel Binder is a permeable resin binder that will lock your gravel into place – eliminating the possibility of tiny stones scattered throughout miscellaneous places in your yard. Once bound, your rocks will no longer be kicked around, bury themselves in the ground, and your end result will look beautiful. Follow the steps below to find out how simple the Pour On application truly is!
Simple Application: How to Apply
- Position & Smooth Rocks Out
- Apply First Coat of Pour On
- Smooth Out With a Trowel
- Let Space Dry Overnight
- Apply Second Coat of Pour On to Complete
For a more detailed sample, check out this short video!
Get Creative: Painting Stones
There are so many ways you can get creative with Pour On Gravel Binder. A unique idea that will be sure to help your landscaping pop, and that you can try out now, is to paint your stones and lock them in place!
If your pathway or rock garden consists of rounded stones or pebbles – make your pathway pop, with a few glistening stones. Using a silver or gold glitter spray paint, spray a few of your stones and let them dry. (the spray paint will not provide opaque coverage, so the natural stone coloring will still be visible). Once they have dried completely, scatter them throughout the garden or pathway before applying Pour On. Upon application, your glistening stones will be locked in place and the paint will be protected from chipping for years to come.
If you are not into glitter but you’re looking to add a unique touch to your landscaping, consider using a glow in the dark spray paint. The natural daylight will “charge” your glowing stones so they will glow brightly when the sun goes down.