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Here you have a tab with the size (pebble dimension) and the coverage on sq feet and meter ..also how much will get into a cu.ft.
if you pay attention on the first line ..it is about the finest pebbles kind..the 10 mm on 15mm and the coverage is about one bag in a layer ..and they recommend at least 3 layers..and the rest are progressive ...its normal cause bigger dimension on a pebble..will end up with a larger volume on a single layer so will be a larger weight in a sq meter ..so just do tha pats..I just explained what that tab represent..
first is the pebble dimension....in mm than the weight on a cubic feet ...and than the weight on a single layer sq. feet and the last single layer ..sq.meter ..
if you are planing to put at least 2 layers ...on a 6 sq meter you will need about one bag for a meter in a layer ..so that about 12 13 bags..cause it gets 21 Kg in a sq meter not 20 like a bag has..
but if you spread 3 layers like the book says ..than will be 19 bags of the finest one ..and so on for the others..
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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