Preparation: Pull weeds and remove any undesirable debris from mulch area. Then rake mulch if necessary and spread to create even coverage. Do not spray color on mulch that is wet, or if rain is in the immediate forecast. Do not spray when conditions are windy…your neighbor may not dig the funky paint job on his ride.
Helpful Hints: Like all colorants, Hippie Mulch spray-on color can stain clothing, so you might want to wear some older rags just in case. To avoid overspray on buildings, plants and sidewalks, use a large piece of cardboard or similar material to shield and protect items you do not want to color.
Another nifty measure is to pre-wet rocks, sidewalks, plants, etc. with water. Then if overspray occurs, carefully rinse off with water before it has had a chance to dry. Do not spray the freshly colored mulch directly with water as it can lose its color. For stubborn stains that were not rinsed off immediately and have set, soap, water, and a brush may be needed and remove any undesirable debris from mulch area. Then rake mulch if necessary and spread to create even coverage. Do not spray color on mulch that is wet, or if rain is in the immediate forecast. Do not spray when conditions are windy…your neighbor may not dig the funky paint job on his ride.
Getting Started: One 12 ounce jar of Hippie Mulch spray-on color contains enough colorant for two applications of 250-500 sq. ft. To get started, simply follow these guidelines:
Clean-Up: When you are finished spraying your mulch, always clean out your multipurpose sprayer outdoors in the grass or in a mulch bed. Do not store unused color and water in the sprayer, as it can clog tips and hoses.
Safe And Sound: Once Hippie Mulch spray-on color is applied and dried, it is completely safe for people, pets and plants. No worries.
Shelf Life: Hippie Mulch spray-on color has a shelf life of nine months in the jar or bottle. Do not allow color to freeze.
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