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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Curve-Rite Edging By far the best edging I have ever used. Very sturdy yet bendable for the curves. I will be purchasing more and I highly recommend this item. June 21, 2014
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How does it work with sharp corners?

Question 1. How does this edging works with sharp corners?
Question 2. Are these easy to cut?
Question 3. Can I order more spikes?
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Thank you for your question.

We recommend bending the material when you need to make a right corner. A strong contractor can lay a two x four over the mark where they want to bend the corner and then forcibly bend it into a right angle. Once it has been bent into a right angle you can bend into a different 45 degree angle for example if you want.

An easier way of bending it is to cut from the bottom up 1 1/2" up the vertical wall. Then lay a 2 x 4 over the cut mark and then bend it into a 90 angle. This will allow someone to bend easier and gives you a really nice clean looking corner on the top.

Once again, after it is bent into a 90 degree angle you can close the angle i.e. make it into a 45 or open it into a larger angle. When installing the edging make sure that the cut side goes down so it is buried in the ground.
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