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Rebark Liquid Mulch Dye*

Rebark Liquid Mulch Dye*

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Regular price $19.99
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Rebark - Our premium liquid mulch colorant, is your solution for restoring any faded mulch effortlessly. No more tedious mulch replacement! Our environmentally friendly option makes it easy to maintain a fresh look for your curb. Simply add water to the solution, put it into a pump sprayer, and you're ready to go. Replacing bark mulch is physically demanding, expensive and time consuming. Save yourself time and money today with Rebark mulch stain. 

ReBark is a natural, pigmented liquid mulch colorant. 

*technically not a dye*
  • Rebark is a highly concentrated liquid mulch stain
  • Available in 4 custom formulated colors: Red, Cedar, Brown, and Black
  • Easy to apply liquid colorant with pump garden sprayer. Allowing you to renew your mulch in minutes instead of hours or even days.
  • Preserves existing ground cover 3-4 times longer than non-treated areas, saving time, energy, and money
  • Low cost, durable, long-lasting, and fast drying. Dry to walk on in less than 30 minutes.
  • Green eco-friendly formulation, non-hazardous to humans, animals, or plants.
  • 1 Gallon treats up to 12,800 square feet of existing mulch area
  • 1 Quart or a ½ gallon stains up to 3,200 square feet of existing mulch area
  • Commercial bulk quantities and business opportunities are also available.
  • *Note: Concrete must be protected from stain, or you should be prepared to clean off any overspray with a cleaning solution immediately after applying the liquid colorant.

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Formulated and Manufactured in the USA

This is a product of Premier Finishes Inc.

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Customer Reviews

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I feel like it doesn’t cover as much as it says it does but could be user error. It took me a minute to get a good spray pattern down with optimal coverage. I found that spraying front to back while walking sideways, overlapping a tad bit worked best