Model # MT5100007

Internet #203502488

Multy Home Slate 12 in. x 12 in. Stomp Stone (4-Pack)
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Discontinued Multy Home

Slate 12 in. x 12 in. Stomp Stone (4-Pack)

  • Lightweight, durable, DIY installation on grass, gravel, soil
  • Made from 98% Recycled Rubber with the look of natural stone
  • Create a patio, walkway, decorative border & more in minutes
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Product Overview

  • Lightweight, durable, DIY installation on grass, gravel, soil
  • Made from 98% Recycled Rubber with the look of natural stone
  • Create a patio, walkway, decorative border & more in minutes
Create a beautiful and memorable backyard with the Multy 12 in. x 12 in. Slate Stomp Stone. Made from 98% recycled materials, these stomp stones install in seconds, are lightweight and easy to maintain. The stomp stone is comfortable to walk on and can be used in gravel applications, lawn borders or garden paths. No more heavy lifting, timely prep work, or leveling. A sharp, beveled edge cuts easily into the ground, and installs directly on grass, gravel, sand, and soil. Each tile weighs under 2 lbs., and the self-leveling system conforms to the existing ground surface. Just prepare the surface by softening it with water, place the stone in it's desired spot, and step firmly on the stone to cut into the ground drop it, stomp it, your done.
  • Durable, lightweight and easy to maintain
  • Scratch, stain and moss resistant
  • Skid resistant
  • UV resistant

Product Overview

  • Lightweight, durable, DIY installation on grass, gravel, soil
  • Made from 98% Recycled Rubber with the look of natural stone
  • Create a patio, walkway, decorative border & more in minutes
Model #: MT5100007
Internet #: 203502488

Create a beautiful and memorable backyard with the Multy 12 in. x 12 in. Slate Stomp Stone. Made from 98% recycled materials, these stomp stones install in seconds, are lightweight and easy to maintain. The stomp stone is comfortable to walk on and can be used in gravel applications, lawn borders or garden paths. No more heavy lifting, timely prep work, or leveling. A sharp, beveled edge cuts easily into the ground, and installs directly on grass, gravel, sand, and soil. Each tile weighs under 2 lbs., and the self-leveling system conforms to the existing ground surface. Just prepare the surface by softening it with water, place the stone in it's desired spot, and step firmly on the stone to cut into the ground drop it, stomp it, your done.

  • Durable, lightweight and easy to maintain
  • Scratch, stain and moss resistant
  • Skid resistant
  • UV resistant

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12
Product Height (in.)
1.25
Product Width (in.)
12

Details

Base Required
No
Color Family
Slate
Color/Finish
Slate
Concrete Type
Not Concrete
Landscape Supply Type
Step Stone
Material
Rubber
Package Quantity
4
Packaging Type
Individual
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Square
Square Feet per Piece
1
Textured
No
Vehicular Traffic Rated
No

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12
Product Height (in.)
1.25
Product Width (in.)
12

Details

Base Required
No
Color Family
Slate
Color/Finish
Slate
Concrete Type
Not Concrete
Landscape Supply Type
Step Stone
Material
Rubber
Package Quantity
4
Packaging Type
Individual
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Square
Square Feet per Piece
1
Textured
No
Vehicular Traffic Rated
No

Questions & Answers

I am planning to install these on bare soil. Should I add some sand?

I'm wondering if a layer of sand would be be advisable, or should I just use bare earth? I'm concerned about soil floating up during rain or cleaning, although I already have good drainage. Thanks in advance.
Asked by: adryden
A layer of sand would not provide as much stability and resistance to movement as your own soil. The edge of the stomp stone is designed to cut into your soil and hold the stone in place, and that is what it does. Where soil is very compacted and hard even when wet, you may want to either cultivate the soil until it is softened, or use a tool to cut into your soil in a square outline of the stomp stone, about 1/2" deep. Then position the stone, and step on it following the directions for installation. I have had soil wash over a stomp stone and create a dangerous, slick hazard. This was caused by placing the stone on uneven terrain, where a low point coincided with one corner of the stone. Level ground is best when installing stomp stones. They tend to stay free of dirt that way.
Answered by: amanitam
Date published: 2015-11-07

Im interested in making light weight planters about 72x24x24 and using your product. How would you suggest that I reinforce the walls and connections?

Asked by: Ira
For help with the construction a planter, I would suggest visiting your local Home Depot and discussing your best options with an associate. They will be able to give you detailed suggestions.
Answered by: Multy Support Team
Date published: 2015-11-05

Are these safe to use under a fire pit?

I need an economical & non-permanent way to pave a small area in my yard to place a 25.5" 25.5" fire pit. I rent, so I do not want to spend a lot of money or make any permanent changes to the property.
Asked by: Jenna
Unfortunately we do not recommend this item for that use.
Answered by: Multy Support Team
Date published: 2015-09-22

New Surface Without Grass

Was thinking about a stone paver patio with fake turf between the stones. Do not want to have to maintain preventing weeds from growing in the space between the stones. Is there an appropriate surface like a specific depth of paver base that would be good for this product if you do not want grass growing between them?
Asked by: HinOH
Placing the paver on a surface that is the same or similar depth is suggested in order to keep the ground leveled.
Answered by: Multy Support Team
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Slate 12 in. x 12 in. Stomp Stone (4-Pack) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product! About 3 months ago I put these in around my existing patio to extend it. Because of shade, grass doesn't grow there so I watered the area to make the ground soft and placed the stones where I wanted them. I was not able to get them to stomp in like the video shows but over time they did sink in nicely! Especially with the large patio table and chairs on top of it. They are make of recycled rubber and seem very sturdy. They are slippery when wet so be careful after a rain! But all in all I have been very pleased. I am a sixty something woman and if I can do it anyone can! It was a much easier and cheaper alternative to concrete stones or having a patio poured.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cheap, easy solution Stomp Stones are exactly what they claim to be: plastic resin pavers that you can install with nothing more than your feet. I bought them for a high traffic grassy area that takes a beating in the Winter. Tip if installing on turf: Place the Stomp Stone down, apply pressure to it. Remove it, take a knife and cut the turf along the impression lines. Replace Stomp Stone, stomp into place much easier. The bottom of the stones are not sharp enough to cut through tough turf.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install, but not as good as real stone. These plastic pavers were easy to put down, and look ok but not great. They were an inexpensive way to expand my patio a few feet without taking on a major project. Downsides are the cheap look and feel of the pavers, and the fact that they come up and float any time we get a good rain.
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very disappointing purchase The description of the stomp stones made them seem like the only sensible option. Of course price was a considertion, but I would gladly have paid a bit more had I realized what a poor choice these would be. They are so light weight that they have yet to sink into the ground. Consequently, they feel "spongey" to walk on.
Date published: 2013-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value I wanted something to put at the end of the patio where the dogs launch off into the yard. They've completely beaten down the grass and when it rains, we have a huge mud hole at the end of the patio. I'm using the stomp stones to fill in this no grass zone. They were more expensive than concrete stepping stones but much lighter and easier to install which was important to me. So far they've been adequate for the reason I purchased them.
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product work fine, but was a bit over priced. We installed this product directly on to hard ground and back filled with gravel and it is working as advertised. The only problem we've had is with the price of the Stomp-Stones we were limited to only 100 units. You'll need a lot more if your going to put in a patio or long path. They would work really well on top of softer ground. Bottom line, Cheaper and easier to install then rock, work per spec, takes a lot of stones to cover. Wish to price was lower.
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Slate 12 in. x 12 in. Stomp Stone (4-Pack) Very good quality and value for the dollar. They are almost everything they advertise. I did have some problem stomping them in as they would not go even with the ground. I also tried an rubber dead-blow hammer, but after getting one in as far as I wanted, when I pounded the next one in the previous one would bounce out of the ground.
Date published: 2012-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for temporary use. Purchased this product for a path and ladder landing for an above ground pool in my yard. Very easy to "install", provides comfort for bare feet and a professional look.
Date published: 2013-05-07
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