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Old 30-03-2003, 12:56 AM
Ron Kelly
 
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Default Coarse gravel driveway

The front driveway of the house we bought has been made with coarse
granite-type grey gravel of 1"-2" pieces. It is not stable and will
rut when - say even a garbage bin is wheeled over it. Perhaps the
previous owners never finished the project...

Can anyone suggest what can be added as a layer over it which will
bind it and make it solid, stable and less painful to walk on in bare
feet! :-) Crusher-dust was one suggestion, should it be watered in to
fill the gaps around the stones or what?

Ron

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