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What other edging options are there besides the Wonderedge?

| Nov 30, 2020 10:17 AM

What other edging options are there besides the Wonderedge?

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We carry two different types of edging products for artificial grass installations: Wonderedge and bender board/stakes. Wonderedge is designed to be used with artificial turf and is very flexible and easy to be installed. Bender board is a more universal type of edging product which can be used for turf installations, when using bender boards, stakes must be used to secure the bender boards in place. To learn more about both of the materials, please visit the following link:

Please feel free to call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at if you have any further questions, thank you.

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