LANDSCAPE LOCK - locks mulch in place - its a 'Hairspray' for mulch!
Protects mulch from wind, rain, erosion, blowers and mowers
Use around planting beds, trees, pathways, borders and driveways
Allows water to permeate to soil
Blocks UV light and prevents colour fading
Secures mulch to sloping ground
Garden Box is proud to be the exclusive stockist in Christchurch.
Landscape Lock is a white coloured, powerful adhesive that dries to a transparent flexible film, that’s water proof and blocks UV light.
Diluted with water, the emulsion sprays easily to bind mulch particles together, sealing pores and cracks preventing degradation, colour fading and microbial rotting.
The initial white colour indicates the area sprayed and the level of coverage can be easily assessed. Edges of beds should have more product applied than the centre of the bed.
Concentrated formula - Dilute with water
2 Litres ($49.95) - stabilize between 20 to 40m2
5 Litres ($89.95) - stabilize between 50 to 100m2
20 Litres ($289.95) - stabilize between 80 to 160m2
Mix Landscape Lock with water in a spray bottle (not included). Mix well and spray onto DRY mulch. Allow to set undisturbed for 24 hours.
Do not use if rain is likely within 24 hours. Do not irrigate or water for 24 hours after application. Avoid walking on or disturbing the mulch after application.
Clean equipment immediately after use
For extended guide, see instruction pages below:
Landscape Lock FAQ
How long does Landscape Lock Last?
Landscape Lock will bond and protect mulch for up to 12 months, dependent upon the thickness of the initial coat, the size of the substrate particles, the local ambient weather conditions and correct application.
Is Landscape Lock safe for pets and children?
Landscape Lock contains no harmful chemicals and once set after proper application it forms a non- toxic, biodegradable film.
Is Landscape Lock safe for Plants?
Whilst care should be taken when applying Landscape Lock, accidental contact with adjacent plants will not harm them. However leaves that become coated with Landscape Lock will have restricted respiration and should have any excessive coating of Landscape Lock rinsed off with fresh water before it sets.
How will Landscape Lock save me money and time?
Can I use a garden blower with Landscape Lock?
Can water pass through Landscape Lock?
Landscape Lock forms a protective film only around mulch fragments; it does not seal the spaces between them thus the mulch performs exactly as it would if not coated, with water, nutrients and air permeating freely to the soil.