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Model #200-125-432

WF200 12.5 ft. x 432 ft. Polypropylene Black Woven Stabilization Fabric

  • Prohibits weed growth while still allowing water to pass through
  • Stabilizes roadway in preparation for gravel application
  • Perfect for roads, walkways, flower beds and patios
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Product Overview

Mutual Industries WF200 12.5 ft. x 432 ft. Black Polypropylene Woven Stabilization Fabric is specially designed to hold soil in place. This heavy-duty landscape fabric helps keep layers separate, it prevents sagging and uneven patio, driveway and walkway surfaces. It can also be used under RipRap, Gabions or precast block. Woven geotextiles are time and money saving alternative to traditional methods using graded aggregate or sand filters.
  • Use as ground cover
  • Good for roadway stabilization
  • Prolongs surface life
  • Provides rugged separation layer

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
16
Product Height (in.)
150
Product Length (ft.)
432 ft
Product Length (in.)
5184 in
Product Thickness (mm)
16
Product Width (in.)
150

Details

Biodegradable
No
Hardware Included
No
Landscape Supply Type
Underlayment
Returnable
180-Day
UV Protected
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
For warranty information on this product, please call Mutual Industries at 1-800-523-0888.

Questions & Answers

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Is this material a good weed barrier? Does it allow water migration?

Asked by chlorine March 22, 2015
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this is not a solid plastic sheet it will let water migrate though I have it under a crushed concrete driveway

I would like to use this underneath playground mulch (plastic) will this act as a good Barrier

Asked by Nym July 15, 2016
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This is a perfect product for a playground application.

What is the true thickness?

Asked by fblackstone November 16, 2015
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My educated guess is that the thickness is 16 mil not 16 mm, which might be misprinted in spec section. 1 mil is 1 thousands of one inch, so 16 mil is about 0.41 mm.

Thickness and specifications

Asked by Laker April 6, 2015
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Here is a link to the WF 200 Spec sheet from the manufacturer. http://www.mutualindustries.com/sites/default/files/WF200%20SPEC.pdf The attached image is a screen capture in case the link above is removed or changed.

Will this fabric sink or float in water? I plan to use this to kill weeds in my lake area. I'm...

Asked by LakeQueen June 9, 2019
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No, it is not recommended to be used on lake areas. It is designed to hold soil and not remove weeds.

Ship to store - no freight?

Asked by Jake October 19, 2015
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Hi Jake, I'm sorry, Ship to Home is the only option available for this fabric. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.

I want to use this fabric on a new home road bed, with stone put on it to start the road. Hoping ...

Asked by Jim June 19, 2019
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Ive used it on a lightly traveled private road and parking area for about 4 weeks. holding up fine so far. cannot answer if your road is heavily traveled or a public area.

is this for weed control and how much will this roll weight

Asked by redbone July 27, 2015
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No. it is not for weed control

How permeable is this material?

Asked by CanyonDweller December 21, 2015
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I have not used this product in that fashion . It is designed to allow water to drain easily through it. It nominally flows 4 Gallons per Minute per square foot. I suspect in your application all water would end up under the material.

Okay to use in a flower bed?

Asked by TJ May 9, 2016
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Yes. it is okay to use in a flower bed as a weed barrier

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Great way to go
We live on top of a small mountain with a 1700 ft driveway. It is all clay so when it got wet you HAD to have 4 wheel drive. So we put the geotextile fabric down along with a base of 4"- then a top course of 3/4"-. It is a super driveway now. But I will say it's expensive. Between the fabric and gravel it was 10$ per linear foot.
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BlackberryLane's review is great advice. I recommend even less than...
BlackberryLane's review is great advice. I recommend even less than 5' between landscaping stakes. Also make sure that you put stakes in the middle of the fabric and stagger the middle and edge locations. If you live in a very windy place, you may also want to lay down heavy firewood or concrete blocks at select spots as insurance. Once the fabric flies up from wind, you have a LOT more work ahead. This product is tough, can handle a truck carrying 25 tons of millings, and held up when I ran my tractor bucket over multiple times. I'll purchase more for future projects.
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I used the geotextile fabric for a new 12.5` wide x 1,200ft rock driveway installed over virgin ...
I used the geotextile fabric for a new 12.5` wide x 1,200ft rock driveway installed over virgin ground. Installed a 6" layer of 2" base rock and a finished layer of graded river gravel 2" thick. Be sure to order the 6" pins to hold the fabric in place while the gravel trucks are laying the rock. I used the pins every 5' on both sides of the sheet. We have a lot of wind here and it prevented the fabric from becoming a huge sail. Install the pins as you unroll the fabric. If joining a second roll of fabric, overlap the ends about 12' to 20'. Almost all rock driveways installed in our area use the geotextile fabric. The people that do not, wish they had used it as the soil will work its way through the rock and cause you to purchase much more rock in the future. Home Depot at Osage Beach, MO was great to work with and the fabric arrived on schedule.
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Seems like quality material. Installed months ago for a driveway...
Seems like quality material. Installed months ago for a driveway and it has done its purpose. May want to check local lumber or hardware stores first though as they may have geo tech fabric in stock (and for less).
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Good product, delivery was a disaster...
Good product, delivery was a disaster
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Nice quality and arrived just as promised....
Nice quality and arrived just as promised.
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Excellent fabric. Really did the job....
Excellent fabric. Really did the job.
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