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 Post subject: Pea Gravel Path Advice
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:40 am 
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Hi Guys not sure if this is in the correct place but hopefully someone on here has some advice on this.
I am building a path in the front garden and want to make it with "pea gravel" that hardens? I have seen it on a couple of the garden make over programmes and the Wife now wants one, but on each programme they never say how its made and when I look to purchase pea gravel its just in a bulk bag so does anyone know how to harden it? Is it special pea gravel? is it mixed with something? Any advice/links/pictures would be great.

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I think you mean resin bonded gravel, give it a google.



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Good write up here as a starting point for looking for suppliers in your area
http://www.pavingexpert.com/resin.htm



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thanks guys i knew someone would come through :salute: :salute:


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