VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (2023)

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6 ft x 100 ft Geotextile Landscape Fabric

350 N Tension & 440 N Load Capacity & 8 OZ

  • If you are searching for a geotextile landscape fabric, then look no further. Our geotextile is constructed from needle-punched PP, so it is non-woven, corrosion-proof, and long-lasting. The great permeability means better drainage and air penetration to retain soil nutrients. Although it is much heavier and stronger, it still is soft and flexible. Quick cutting and simple installation make it suitable for many situations.

  • PP Non-woven Material

  • Exclusive Drainage Design

  • Needle Punched Fabric

  • Easy to Install

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Premium PP Non-woven

This geotextile is made from premium PP non-woven. It is corrosion-proof, ensuring a long service life. Its load capacity is 440N, and the needle punched also allows air circulation.

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Heavy-duty 8 Oz Weight

8 oz filter fabric for drainage is much heavier than other products. The maximum tensile strength can reach 350 N, which can handle most situations.

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High Water Flow

Compared with other products, this drainage fabric has better permeability to avoid surface water depressions and forms a separation layer to provide convenience on the driveway.

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Soil Friendly

Our geotech fabric is breathable and pro-environment. It can filter gravel from mixing on the upper layers, permeating air and water to maintain soil nutrients.

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Convenient Installation

The 6 ft x 100 ft geotextile grid is big enough to meet your demands for different areas. Cut it with scissors and lay down where needed.

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Flexible Usage

The driveway fabric is the perfect underlayment option to fit many applications, such as ground & road stabilization, french drains, bridge maintenance, and farming/gardening.

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Specifications

  • Model: VV-GLF-6100

  • Tensile Strength: 350 N

  • Load Capacity: 440 N

  • Material: PP Non-woven

  • Weight: 8 OZ

  • Craft: Needle Punched

  • Size: 6 ft x 100 ft / 2 x 30 m

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Package Content

  • 1 x Geotextile Landscape Fabric

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Tough Equipment & Tools, Pay Less

VEVOR is a leading brand that specializes in equipment and tools. Along with thousands of motivated employees, VEVOR is dedicated to providing our customers with tough equipment & tools at incredibly low prices. Today, VEVOR has occupied markets of more than 200 countries with 10 million plus global members.

Why Choose VEVOR?

  • Premium Tough Quality
  • Incredibly Low Prices
  • Fast & Secure Delivery
  • 30-Day Free Returns
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Tough Equipment & Tools, Pay Less

VEVOR is a leading brand that specializes in equipment and tools. Along with thousands of motivated employees, VEVOR is dedicated to providing our customers with tough equipment & tools at incredibly low prices. Today, VEVOR has occupied markets of more than 200 countries with 10 million plus global members.

Why Choose VEVOR?

  • Premium Tough Quality
  • Incredibly Low Prices
  • Fast & Secure Delivery
  • 30-Day Free Returns
  • 24/7 Attentive Service

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (19)

6 ft x 100 ft Geotextile Landscape Fabric

350 N Tension & 440 N Load Capacity & 8 OZ

  • If you are searching for a geotextile landscape fabric, then look no further. Our geotextile is constructed from needle-punched PP, so it is non-woven, corrosion-proof, and long-lasting. The great permeability means better drainage and air penetration to retain soil nutrients. Although it is much heavier and stronger, it still is soft and flexible. Quick cutting and simple installation make it suitable for many situations.
  • PP Non-woven Material
  • Exclusive Drainage Design
  • Needle Punched Fabric
  • Easy to Install

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (20)

Premium PP Non-woven

This geotextile is made from premium PP non-woven. It is corrosion-proof, ensuring a long service life. Its load capacity is 440N, and the needle punched also allows air circulation.

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (21)

Heavy-duty 8 Oz Weight

8 oz filter fabric for drainage is much heavier than other products. The maximum tensile strength can reach 350 N, which can handle most situations.

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (22)

High Water Flow

Compared with other products, this drainage fabric has better permeability to avoid surface water depressions and forms a separation layer to provide convenience on the driveway.

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (23)

Soil Friendly

Our geotech fabric is breathable and pro-environment. It can filter gravel from mixing on the upper layers, permeating air and water to maintain soil nutrients.

VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (24)

Convenient Installation

The 6 ft x 100 ft geotextile grid is big enough to meet your demands for different areas. Cut it with scissors and lay down where needed.

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Flexible Usage

The driveway fabric is the perfect underlayment option to fit many applications, such as ground & road stabilization, french drains, bridge maintenance, and farming/gardening.

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Package Content

  • 1 x Geotextile Landscape Fabric

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Specifications

  • Model: VV-GLF-6100
  • Tensile Strength: 350 N
  • Load Capacity: 440 N
  • Material: PP Non-woven
  • Weight: 8 OZ
  • Craft: Needle Punched
  • Size: 6 ft x 100 ft / 2 x 30 m

Specification

Model
VV-GLF-6100
Tensile Strength
350 N
Load Capacity
440 N
Material
PP Non-woven
High Density
8 OZ
Craft
Needle Punched
Size
6 ft x 100 ft / 2 x 30 m

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Does it have uv light protection?Does it come in different sizes?

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (28) David Roman

Great for the pond underlayment

Very durable and easy to install

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (31) Gar

One piece down and done!

Ordered this weed block to put under gravel for our new storage shed.Worked great because it was slightly wider with length just right so....no cutting!The piece went down in seconds followed by the dump truck full of gravel...very simple

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (32) Persnickety

Much Thicker then the stuff at the big box stores

This is thick enough to go under heavy sharp rock without it tearing easily but still cuts with scissors easily. We used this on a crawlspace floor, then a layer of gravel (lots and lots of gravel) then a layer of 20mil plastic. We are happy with the results.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (33) c e.

Strong and meets needs.

Use for French drain because big box store fabric not adequate.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (34) LMH

Seems very heavy duty

This landscape fabric has a different texture than I've used before, almost like a heavy felt. It's very thick and strong. I like how it doesn't hold water. I found it a little harder to lay out and cut the pieces I needed with it being a big folded up piece instead of on a roll but I expect it is going to hold up for a long time.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (35) TIna Copeland

Very good quality

Highly recommend, very durable and high quality.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (36) Amazon Customer

quality product

Fabric seems heavy duty with good thickness. I used it to line the bottom of my raised beds before filling with soil.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (37) NonnaK

Very heavy weight

Purchased for a drainage system. Worked very well with the stone and plastic pipe

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (38) hagopkhush

Outstanding product at a fair price

It works exactly as expected.

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VEVOR Geotextile Landscape Fabric Membrane Soakaway Non-woven 6' x 100' 8 oz | VEVOR US (39) Gale Avila

Nice and thick

This is very thick and sturdy. Worked great for under my deck and concrete pavers

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FAQs

What is woven geotextile fabric used for? ›

Typical applications for woven geotextile fabrics are beneath driveways, parking lots, residential streets and highways. The products have proven to be particularly effective in bridging over either wet, weaker, or less desirable subgrade materials.

Do I need geotextile fabric under gravel driveway? ›

Is it really necessary to put fabric under my gravel driveway? Yes, if you want your driveway to last. Having geotextile fabric under your gravel driveway will prevent you from continually needing to add more aggregate base to your road since the rock will drop into the subgrade layer.

What is the difference between woven and non woven geotextile? ›

Generally, wovens have higher strength values, while nonwovens have higher flow rates and permittivity. The easiest way to distinguish the difference between the two materials is by starting with elongation. Nonwovens will have much higher elongation than a woven.

What is non woven geotextile membrane? ›

Non-woven geotextile is most commonly used for long term ground stabilisation, filtration and protection. This makes it ideal for use beneath driveways and roads and in land and stormwater drainage systems such as soakaways. Advantages. Non-woven geotextile has excellent drainage properties and is easy to cut.

Can roots grow through geotextile fabric? ›

Controlled experiments (Miljostyrelsen, 2003) with a variety of vegetable plants have shown that geotextiles only impede and do not prevent penetration of roots.

Will water drain through geotextile fabric? ›

Needle-punched and poly-spun varieties of non-woven geotextile fabric allow water to easily flow through and are both sturdy and versatile for landscaping drainage. The non-woven geotextile fabric is most commonly used as a landscape material to support adequate drainage, filtration, and ground stabilization.

How many inches deep should a gravel driveway be? ›

The answer is anywhere from 12-18 inches. This is to give stormwater the proper amount of space to drain through your aggregate and into the soil below without flooding. The ideal depth of your gravel driveway will depend on how much rain your area typically gets.

How long does landscape fabric last under gravel? ›

Note that once your landscape fabric is installed, you'll have to repeat the process every two to four years.

What is the best base layer for a gravel driveway? ›

The bottom layer should be comprised of stone (6” crushed rock) or consider 6” recycled concrete. The ideal thickness of each layer is between 4 to 6 inches. The middle layer should also be angular stones about 2” to 3” in diameter such as our #2 Bluestone.

What's the difference between landscape fabric and geotextile fabric? ›

Landscape Fabric limits weed growth. Geotextile fabric stabilizes the soil. Weed barrier can help retain moisture in the soil.

Can plants grow through geotextile? ›

This kind of geotextile will allow the soil to breathe and allow both air and water to pass through its construction, allowing the growth of the desired plants, reducing evaporation and minimising water needs.

Will geotextile stop weeds? ›

Linda Chalker-Scott, an extension urban horticulturist and associate professor at Washington State University, has written about the increasing use of geotextiles, which are woven so that water and gas exchange can occur and light penetration is reduced. As a result, fewer weed seeds germinate.

How long does non-woven geotextile last? ›

Life expectancy. In experiments, the service life of fiber geotextiles is longer than that of polypropylene geotextiles; fiber geotextiles can last more than 50 years. However, the life of the geotextile fabric can be extended up to 20 years with various treatments and combinations.

How long will geotextile last? ›

The qualified geotextile will withstand aging for more than 50 years, so the constructor can use it. Nevertheless, geotextile fabric lifespan can be extended up to 20 years through various treatments and blending.

What stops roots from growing in sewer lines? ›

Slow-release chemicals, such as copper sulfate and potassium hydroxide, are commonly used in residential settings. Spread these growth inhibitors near the sewer line to prevent root growth into the area.

Is it okay to leave old roots in soil? ›

When you're preparing your garden beds for a new season, don't rip your plants out of the ground, roots and all. If you do, you'll be robbing your soil microbes of a good meal and degrading your long-term soil fertility.

Will grass roots grow through landscape fabric? ›

Landscaping fabric is breathable and water permeable but blocks out the sunlight that seeds require for germination. Keep in mind, however, that the use of organic materials such as wood mulch or topsoil speeds the breakdown of landscaping fabric and ultimately allows weeds and grass to grow through the fabric.

How do you hold down geotextile fabric? ›

To keep the fabric in place, it is a good idea to use stakes or gardening staples to hold it down. All you have to do is hammer them into the ground every four or five inches, and then the landscape fabric will remain in place.

Will landscape fabric let water through? ›

Permeability - At the store, landscape fabric usually can be found in two forms: 1) a woven fabric created by weaving thin strips of plastic and 2) a spun fabric created using polyester fibers. These landscape fabrics are somewhat porous in both cases, meaning they allow water and air to move through.

What size gravel is best for drainage? ›

In general, you want to aim for ½ inch to 1-inch gravel for drainage. Areas that will see especially heavy flow may need larger gravel. Or, projects without drainage pipes may also need larger gravel. For example, a French drain without perforated pipe needs 1 ½ inch gravel.

What is the cheapest way to do a driveway? ›

Gravel and Stone Driveways

A gravel driveway is by far the cheapest and quickest to install, especially if the existing driveway's sub-base is sound.

How do I make my gravel driveway solid? ›

Level the surface of the driveway, compact the dirt, and install a weed barrier. Place a border, and you are almost good to go. At this point, you can start laying and spreading the gravel. This is the point when some experts recommend adding a little cement to make the gravel more solid.

What rock is best for a driveway? ›

Crushed stone is the go-to for durability and low-cost driveways and will probably be your best option. . If you're making a gravel driveway for an area with tons of traffic, this is your old reliable.

What do you put under landscape fabric? ›

Landscape fabric works fine on its own, but it's usually best to cover it with a decorative mulch, rock, or other ground cover. The fabric separates the cover material from the soil, keeping stone and gravel clean and slowing the inevitable breakdown of organic mulch.

Why are weeds growing through my landscape fabric? ›

Weeds will poke through any openings you left or created in the fabric, though. Organic matter will build up over time above the landscape fabric — as the mulch decomposes — and weeds will start to grow above the fabric. These weeds will be easy to pull but you still will need to weed the bed.

Can I use a tarp instead of landscape fabric? ›

A tarp that is completely waterproof is best for water gardens. For traditional gardens, most tarps will work, but you need to cover them with stones or mulch for aesthetics and drainage.

What is the best gravel for a driveway that keeps washing out? ›

Among the other options are crushed stone #411, quarry process, pea gravel, jersey shore gravel, marble chips, and river rock. These are the best options for driveway surfaces gravel, because they are small stones combined with rock dust, which makes a more solid driving surface.

What is the best base for a concrete driveway? ›

Gravel is the best base to use for a concrete driveway. A range of gravel types can be used for a driveway base. It should be paired with a subgrade of soil, then the gravel base. The gravel is a good compactable base that will create a smooth finish for a concrete driveway with drainage advantages.

How long does landscape fabric last underground? ›

Landscape fabric might last for many years underground, but its benefits begin to decline after one to two years. If you don't replace your landscape fabric, it could prove detrimental to your plants.

Do I need membrane under gravel? ›

Should I put the membrane under gravel? Yes. A gravel membrane is recommended. Gravel can be a nightmare as far as weeds are concerned.

What works better than landscape fabric? ›

Best Landscaping Fabric Alternatives
  • Wood chips.
  • Bark mulches.
  • Pine needles.
  • Shredded leaves.
  • Grass clippings.
  • Compost.
  • Newspaper.
  • Cardboard.
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Does grass grow through geotextile? ›

In order to help prevent weeds from growing simply place the geotextile membrane over the ground area where you are planning to start your project. The water and nutrients will flow through to your plants and grass allowing them to grow and flourish without the horrible weeds invading the space.

Will weeds grow through membrane? ›

Make sure the space is clear:

Short stems and sharp rocks can pierce the membrane and may mean that weeds can come through. Weed membrane can be very effective but in areas where weeds are particularly determined we would recommend spraying weed killer before covering with membrane.

What do you put down to stop weeds coming through? ›

Mulch Your Beds

An effective and natural option to prevent weeds from taking over your garden is through the use of mulch. Apply a thick layer of organic mulch approximately 2 inches deep in the garden area – take care to avoid the base of individual plants and shrubs.

What kills weeds permanently on gravel? ›

Rock salt is a great natural weed killer for gravel driveways. It would be best to sprinkle the rock salt on the ground around any weeds you can spot. The salt will desiccate the weeds within a few days, killing them on sight.

How do you stop weeds from coming through rocks? ›

The most effective way to stop weeds from growing in rocks is to lay a layer of water-permeable landscape fabric beneath the rocks and create 3-to-4-inch steel or wood edging borders around the rock beds. In addition, use hand weeding, herbicides, and weed flamers to kill existing weeds effectively.

What to put down under rocks to prevent weeds? ›

Landscape fabric creates a barrier between the rocks and soil. When it comes time to remove the stones, you can quickly shovel them off the fabric instead of digging them out of the ground. The fabric also prevents weeds from cropping up between the small stones.

How long does geotextile membrane last for? ›

geotextiles have been expected to last for up to 200 years. By virtue of its chemical composition, molecular structure, and thermodynamic properties, polypropylene is one of the most resistant organic raw materials known today.

What are the disadvantages of geotextiles? ›

There are certain disadvantages to Geotextiles. They are susceptible to blockage by sediments; organic residues; plant roots; fungi and algae; viscous petrochemical compounds and slimes.

Which is better woven or nonwoven? ›

Nonwoven fabrics are lighter and weaker than woven or knit fabrics. They don't have much memory (for example, if you bend your elbow the fabric will retain that position and leave a pucker in the fabric) or laundering durability, making them unsuitable in durable clothing applications.

What is the difference between geomembrane and geotextile? ›

The geomembrane is impermeable to water, whereas geotextile materials are water-permeable.

What are the three types of geotextile fabric? ›

Geotextile fabrics come in three basic forms: non- woven geotextiles, woven geotextiles (needle punched), or heat bonded geotextiles (structural woven).

What is geotextile membrane used for? ›

Geotextile membranes are the name given to large sheets of fabric that are used in ground engineering and drainage applications, such as ground filtration, soil separation, ground reinforcement and soakaways and land drains.

Which is better woven or nonwoven geotextile? ›

Major Differences Between Woven and Nonwoven Geotextiles

Woven geotextiles are an excellent choice for reinforcement and stabilization applications, while nonwoven geotextiles are great for filtration, separation, and drainage applications.

What is the benefit of geotextile? ›

Used this way, geotextiles provide several benefits through three primary functions: separation, reinforcement, and filtration. The benefits derived from these three geotextile functions are most significant when subgrade soils are weak (California Bearing Ratio [CBR] <3).

What is the difference between landscape fabric and geotextile? ›

Landscape Fabric limits weed growth. Geotextile fabric stabilizes the soil. Weed barrier can help retain moisture in the soil.

Should landscape fabric go under gravel? ›

Should landscape fabric go under gravel? Yes. Putting landscape fabric under gravel isn't a requirement, but it is recommended. When used under gravel, it provides all the positives of weed control and added stability, without any of the negatives.

What is the best landscape fabric to use under gravel? ›

The two landscape fabrics that are best suited for rocks are spun landscape fabric and non-woven landscape fabric. In some cases, you might prefer using a thick woven fabric. The four main types of landscape fabrics are: woven, non-woven, spun, and perforated.

How long does woven landscape fabric last? ›

How often should you change landscape fabric? As long as the landscape fabric remains intact and it's still doing its job, it doesn't need replacing. But it's normal to change landscape fabric every 2 to 3 years.

Can plant roots grow through landscape fabric? ›

The best option at that point is to remove the landscape fabric entirely, which is no small task. In this process you may end up damaging the root systems of your landscape plants too, as tree, shrub, and perennial roots may also grow through the landscape fabric.

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