"I have been using this fabric for many years and always had great results. The large area covered by one pack reduces the waste encountered by lapping the narrow rolls that are more commonly available. Cuts easily with a new sharp blade and can be easily temporarily held in place with long nails or bricks until topped with shingle/scalpings. As with any fabric, it is not designed to kill weeds - they should be removed or killed off first. Good value for money!"
"Bought this to lay under a large deck. Easy to cut with scissors or sharp craft knife. Proved tricky to pin down with plastic pegs as material is pretty resistant to puncturing. Resorted to cutting a slot in the ground around the perimeter of the deck with a lawn edger and pushing the sheet into that with a spade. Once covered with pea shingle the sheet held up well to being walked over when fixing the deck boards to the joists while at the same time allowing the rain to pass through and not become waterlogged. Would use again."
"I bought this as it was supposed to withstand heavy weights without puncturing. I meticulously laid it down, sealing the edges with cement to try and prevent weed creeping through that way, I then put small chippings over the top.This is the first growing season since I laid it earlier this year, It hasn't had any weight on it whatsoever, and the weeds and grass are just puncturing the material, it 's not fit for purpose because the material is just woven together and the weeds/grass just find their way through the weave. Don't waste your money."