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Dune Sand has grain sizes of 2mm and less. Dune sand is suitable to use in horse arenas, can be used in concrete and can be combined with other sands for use in golf course bunkers.

Bunker Sand has grain sizes of 4mm and less. Bunker Sand is great for golf course bunkers, children's sand pits, and coring lawns (aerating soil). It may also be suitable for planning some succulents.

Bedding Sand is a screened fine sand and the colour can vary from whitish to brown or grey. Bedding Sand is great to use as a bedding around pipes and cables, and under foundations (concrete slabs). It can also be used as a fill. Bedding Sand isn’t suitable for paving, for this we recommend Coarse Sand or Fine Metal Dust.

Fat Sand, also called Brickie’s sand, is what you need for making mortar for laying and pointing bricks and for grouting. When mixed with coarse sand, it can also be used for rendering. It may also be a suitable bedding around pond liner pools.

We produce this Grey Fat Sand on site and also stock the yellow coloured fat sand you may be more familiar with.

Fat sand is not suitable for making concrete, drainage applications or growing grass.

Washed White Sharp Sand is a fine white silica sand (grain sizes less than 1mm), that has been...well, it's been washed!

Washed White Sharp Sand can be used in applications like coring lawns, laying synthetic turf, grouting tiles, and the laying of glass bricks.

Fat Sand, also called Brickie’s sand, is what you need for making mortar for laying and pointing bricks and for grouting. When mixed with coarse sand, it can also be used for rendering. It may also be a suitable bedding around pond liner pools.

We stock this Yellow Fat Sand and also produce Grey Fat Sand (which is white-grey in colour) on site.

Fat sand is not suitable for making concrete, drainage applications or growing grass.

Coarse Sand, sometimes referred to as Goats Bluff Sand, has a grain size of 5mm and less. It’s really good for use under pavers and in potting sands and mixes. It might also be suitable in applications such as rendering, absorption pits, and dressage arenas.

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