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Kiddie Cushion

(playground mulch)

$44.99$39.99
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$44.99$39.99

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DESCRIPTION

-Kiddie Cushion is an Engineered Wood Fiber (EWF) specifically
designed for use on playgrounds and play-scape areas.
It helps prevent injuries from falls.

-Does not contain recycled or painted wood, chemically treated wood or pallets.

-Playground Chips made from the pulp wood of the pine tree.

-Recommended to apply with a minimum thickness of 8 to 12 inches.

    Tip: installing a drainage system or installing the wood fibers over a layer of gravel, separated by a layer of fabric, is a great way to ensure proper drainage and avoid freezing and puddling.

    One Of The Least Expensive Options

    For Covering A Playground

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    Size Guide

    How To Measure

    In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

    1. Bust
    Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

    2. Waist
    Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

    3. Hips
    Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

    4. Dress Length
    Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

    How To Measure

    In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

    1. Bust
    Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

    2. Waist
    Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

    3. Hips
    Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

    4. Dress Length
    Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

    Size Guide

    How To Measure

    In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

    1. Bust
    Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

    2. Waist
    Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

    3. Hips
    Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

    4. Dress Length
    Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

    How To Measure

    In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

    1. Bust
    Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

    2. Waist
    Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

    3. Hips
    Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

    4. Dress Length
    Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.