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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best permanent edging out there I've tried almost all types of edging for our flower and shrub beds and this is the only one that is both easy to install and functional. Bends easily, strong, long-lasting finish, great durability and professional look. You do have to dig a narrow slit trench for it to install easily in sod or hard soils. The cost is competitive, but I still wish it were a little less expensive! August 7, 2016
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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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