Have you ever noticed how a natural crushed stone or decomposed granite pathway pulls you into the landscape? The crunch of the gravel and the earthy color lure you down the path. These aggregates are native to the area, they feel like they belong there. But the dust, mud, and loose rock that you sink into, prevents you from really enjoying the outdoors. It is possible to enjoy natural aggregates on trails, pathways, patios, and driveways all of the time. You can strengthen the soil’s weaknesses . You can stabilize your aggregate by binding it’s soil particles with Stabilizer, the Original Natural Binder developed over 26 years ago.
Stabilizer is subtle. The surface looks like natural aggregate. Upon further inspection you notice the soil holds together. The soil is wet, but not muddy, it is stable. Stabilizer will not transform the aggregate into concrete- you can still feel the crunch of the gravel under foot. It simply makes soil stronger where you want a natural, rugged appearance, but you also want better performance. Use nature’s entire color palette in your landscape without worrying about dust and mud. Does an asphalt pathway really belong in a valley of hundred-year-old saguaros? Why not use natural soil if it can support a 28 ton fire truck and remain accessible in the rain?