Rated 2.5 out of 5Â by 11
Rated 5 out of 5Â by PSYS SO FAR.... SO GOOD!
This is the kind of product where a little common sense comes in play. If you think you're going to drill some holes in an oak tree stump from a tree that's several hundred years old, freshly cut down and with a stump nearly two feet in diameter.... you should probably look into a stump grinder.
On the other hand, my wife and I cut down the 30' Birch Tree in our front yard that was much too close to the home we just purchased. The two stumps coming off the main portion of the tree were approx. 18" in diameter. I purchased two bottles of this product, followed the instructions and also drilled a few more holes using a Dewalt hammer drill for good measure.
I do notice the composition of the stump beginning to break down after approx. 4 weeks. Is the stump completely gone? ...of course not and I wouldn't expect it to be either. I'm going to wait another two weeks as suggested and then coat the stump with kerosene where it should burn more rapidly had I not purchased this product.
Again... if you think you're going to sprinkle this on a large tree stump and expect to see the stump magically disappear before your eyes, perhaps this isn't the product for you.
June 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by MRIV Save your money
Used twice over a year, did not touch it. Did exactly as instructed. Stump still hard as a rock.
June 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by SimpsonPhan Stump Out
We used this product in the fall but the root is still very much there. We are again using it this spring in the hopes of this second application working better.
May 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Works well
I used this product the way I thought it should be used, my stump of the large size is mulch now.
Drill holes at different lengths and add product and a little water, your stump will be mulch in a couple of months.
You can't just sprinkle like salt and expect it to work.
August 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by HerbWillow Maybe not for the average homeowner.
The product offers several surprises, since the instructions cannot be read without breaking open the package. There, you find out that the stump has to sit a year first. Next, you need a 1" drill bit able to drill 8' into the stump. Not something people tend to have around. After a stump sits a year, it is often well-decomposed anyway. I regret purchasing six bottles of the stuff. Duh.
May 1, 2014