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New Product to Protect DG

I received an email recently from Tony Damico with Wheeler Zamaroni about a new product to use with Decomposed Granite paths and patios. This is a sealer from TerraKoat International that has been extensively tested by WZ for efficacy for over a year.  I have not personally used it but want to pass along this information to my readers. Here is a quote from Damico:

I wanted to let you know what WZ’s take was on the product. Because Wheeler Zamaroni is a landscape supply company we sell a lot of Decomposed Granite, Decomposed Granite with dry stabilizer and Decomposed Granite with liquid stabilizer. (the liquid stabilizer TerraKoat EX is leaps and bounds better than the dry stabilizer) It is the customers that decide to use the dry stabilizer or no stabilizer at all that benefit most from this product.

As you can see from Tony’s quote above, if you used a dry stabilizer or no stabilizer during your installation, you should consider using RainKoat for winter preservation.

Here are the simple instructions:

  1. Remove any loose debris from the DG surface
  2. Using a pump type garden sprayer apply DG RainKoat at the rate of 100 sq. feet per gallon
  3. For high traffic areas or additional protection a second coat can be applied.

For more information call Wheeler Zamaroni 650-271-2099

Or see this website of http://www.terrakoat.com/terrakoatex.html

2 Responses

  1. Does this new sealer still allow the DG to drain as well?


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