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Things to Know About Dyed Mulches

  • Mulch color varies from batch to batch due to the natural inconsistencies of the wood being dyed.
  • Dyed mulches are almost always wet coming from the manufacturer.
  • Colorant will leave a non-permanent stain on EVERYTHING it touches until it has cured.
  • Colorant may “Wash Off” the mulch if it is rained on or wet by a hose or sprinkler within the first few days of installation. It usually takes about 48 hours to cure completely.

Our Recommendations

  • Double-check your numbers, to ensure you get enough mulch to cover your entire area at one time. This will eliminate any inconsistency with color between batches.
  • Wear old clothes and shoes. The colorant can stain fabric.
  • Don’t spread the mulch if rain is in the immediate forecast. If plants need watering, water them before laying your mulch.
  • Wait 48 hours after spreading mulch to water again.
  • Protect your driveway with a tarp to reduce clean up.
  • If concrete becomes stained, wash with soap, water and a stiff bristle broom.


Cypress
Mulch

Pine bark
Nuggets lg

Pine
Straw

Black
Mulch

Forest
Brown
Mulch

Red
Mulch

Mini
-Nuggets

Play
Safe

Drainage
Rock

Granite
Sand

Crush
and Run

Marble
Chips

Egg Rock
1"-3"

Pea Gravel
5/8" to 1/2"

Crimson
Stone

Slate
Chips
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