- Flexible concrete impregnated fabric that hardens upon hydration
- Effectively protects liner in ponds and other water features
- Combines the flexibility of fabric with the durability of concrete
- Protects liner from digging animals
- Great for public/high traffic areas, preventing damage due to vandalism or children and animals walking over the liner
Concrete Cloth™ Roll
Aquascape Concrete Cloth™ is an innovative material engineered to effectively protect liner in ponds and other water features, combining the flexibility of fabric with the durability of concrete. Concrete Cloth™ is a flexible concrete impregnated fabric that hardens upon hydration to form a durable concrete layer, protecting liner from digging animals, human traffic, or damage from setting large rocks or boulders. To avoid frustrating liner repairs, use Concrete Cloth™ on top of or beneath liners to prevent digging animals from chewing or clawing through the liner. When setting large rocks on top of liner, the material can be used as a protective barrier as these larger rocks are often difficult to move in case of a leak after installation. Water features in public or high traffic locations can also benefit from Concrete Cloth by protecting the liner from vandalism and children or animals walking over the feature. Concrete Cloth is extremely easy to install. Simply lay the matting in the desired location and saturate the top-side of the material using a garden hose or other source. The top surface fabric allows water to penetrate during hydration, and the bottom surface consists of a PVC membrane which acts as an impermeable barrier. The material can easily be cut to fit any installation using commonly available cutting tools, such as a utility knife. Each 3.375 ft wide by 30 ft long roll is 141 lbs and designed to be able to be lifted by two persons, making installation without machinery quick and easy.