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

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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

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

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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.

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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, Read More
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. Read Less
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Thank you for your interest in our Slate 12 in. x 12 in . Stomp Stone. These Stomp Stones are made of recycled materials and have a sharp, beveled edge that cuts easily into the ground, and installs directly on grass, gravel, sand, and soil.
Your well drained soil should easily accept the Stomp Stones without the need for any preparation.
Thanks for your inquiry.
Have a great day.
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Hi adryden,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
These Stomp Stones are made of recycled materials and have a sharp, beveled edge that cuts easily into the ground, and installs directly on grass, gravel, sand, and soil.
Your well drained soil should easily accept the Stomp Stones without the need for any preparation.
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-Travis
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Im interested in making light weight planters about 72x24x24 and using your product. How would you suggest that I reinforce the walls and connections?

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November 4, 2015
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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.
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Stomp Stones, in my opinion, are not a great choice for constructing any sort of planter, even a small one. This is because they are not that rigid, especially when supporting many pounds of moist soil mixture while sitting in the sun, which heats the stones and makes them more flexible. At best, you might be able to glue them onto a sturdy wooden planter, but the planter would not be light.
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Are these safe to use under a fire pit?

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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.
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September 21, 2015
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Unfortunately we do not recommend this item for that use.
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The radiated heat from the fire pit would melt these, and probably char them. They are actually made of rubber; I believe you should use concrete pavers, brick or stone instead of these.
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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?
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August 27, 2015
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Placing the paver on a surface that is the same or similar depth is suggested in order to keep the ground leveled.
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The first thing to be aware of when installing this type of patio is that weed seeds will find their way in between the turf and the stone, and begin to grow there. Assuming that the turf is porous, the seeds will also sprout in the turf. Weed seeds are constantly on the move, from spring until fall, and will be very happy growing in your patio, sending their roots through the paver base into the Read More
The first thing to be aware of when installing this type of patio is that weed seeds will find their way in between the turf and the stone, and begin to grow there. Assuming that the turf is porous, the seeds will also sprout in the turf. Weed seeds are constantly on the move, from spring until fall, and will be very happy growing in your patio, sending their roots through the paver base into the underlying soil. That is what weeds do.
This means you still will have to pull or spray weeds in this type of patio arrangement. Consider also how you will keep the fake turf in place. Landscape pins may not be sufficient to hold down strips of fake turf in a situation where there is traffic, heavy rain or freezing soil. Unless you start with a patio-sized piece of turf and cut holes in it to exactly line up with each landscape stone, you will probably spend undue time keeping your turf in place. On the other hand, a piece of turf with holes in it poses a potential tripping hazard.
As far as the paver base to use with these stomp stones, you would probably want 1/4" or 1/4" minus gravel or crushed rock. Sand could be too mobile and allow migration of the stomp stones. When stomping stones in place on this base, wet down the base thouroughly before stomping. Read Less
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. June 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy with purchase I am pleased with the stomp stone so far. It looks nice and was not expensive. September 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not what I needed From the description, I thought each block would have more weight. While the blocks were nice and the price was reasonable, they really need to be anchored in either sand or soil. I was using them for a children's play area covered with garden mulch. Without weight, the units were easily moved by children using them as stepping stones and at times their sandals even caught underneath an edge. Returned the blocks for the old fashioned cement style which are staying in place very nicely. June 9, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by color is much darker than shown, almost black. Easy to install, functions as described but the color is much darker than shown on web-site. Color is black to my eyes. August 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great I love these rubber stepping pavers. I bought a lot of them. I used them in my yard along a fence to put 2 chairs and a bistro table on. They set in nicely and level themselves July 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy gardener Put my stomp stone down to my gazebo and perfect. Now my feet won't get wet and they are durable and add to the beauty of my yard. July 28, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing We liked the look of these "stomp stones" when they arrived, and thought they'd be an "easier" and affordable alternative to laying actual concrete slab in order to extend our existing patio, but beware: these do not just "stomp" into the ground as the video and instructions suggest. They would not stomp at all into our grass. They "spikes" underneath are very very short and unlikely to grab onto the ground if there's any grass present. We are considering digging our grass up so maybe they'll actually sink in a bit, but then they probably won't be quite level with our existing patio floor. So, we're also considering removing the grass and then putting down sand, as some of the reviews suggest, to allow the stones to stabilize while also being built up to the level of our current patio floor. Sheesh. I am skeptical it will even work then, but we'll see. Overall, probably not worth the money we saved. We now have to go through all this effort and manual labor to get them to even be functional and simply be stable in the ground. Pretty disappointed. July 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Stomp Stone Review Stomp stones are easy to install and are pretty good looking. I don't know how long they will last but they serve their purpose for now. I would recommend this as a temporary fix. May 19, 2015
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