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QUIKRETE 50-lbs Play Sand - $2.50 at Lowes and Home Depot

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Saw this at my local Lowes, needed to build the kids a sandbox

https://www.lowes.com/pd/QUIKRETE...nd/3006085 OOS

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Looks like Home Depot has the same price.
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Seems to be regular price? Am I missing something?
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Normally $4.40 for me.
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Seems to be regular price? Am I missing something?
It's usually $5.
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I wonder how many bags would be needed to make a minimal volleyball sand lot.

Going to google now...


Update: Appears to be 600 lbs of sand needed. Smilie

So I guess that means 12 bags at the above SD price would equal $30 plus tax plus some hard work.

Source: https://www.doityourself.com/stry...-your-yard
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Is this good to fill uneven surface on lawn?
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Is this good to fill uneven surface on lawn?
Right up until the wind blows.

Personally, I wouldn't use sand, but when you say "fill uneven surface on lawn", to what extent would determine the best way to fix it. If you do use sand, I would recommend polymeric sand instead of this. Play sand is very fine sand and is easy to blow away. Polymeric sand bonds together. So if you're pouring it in a crack,it's not going to blow out as easily since it's using also sand to hold it in place, making it stronger.

If you consider play sand, when you run over it with the lawnmower, that alone will blow the sand around. You'll likely just end up redoing the project.
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I wonder how many bags would be needed to make a minimal volleyball sand lot.

Going to google now...


Update: Appears to be 600 lbs of sand needed. Smilie

So I guess that means 12 bags at the above SD price would equal $30 plus tax plus some hard work.

Source: https://www.doityourself.com/stry...-your-yard
That doesn't seem right. Regardless, call a landscaping supply and get a dump truck worth to start with. Not this.
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Seems to be regular price? Am I missing something?
Apparently depends on the store from comments. This is normal price where I am as well.
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Oh goodie, can refill the outdoor litter....er I meant sand box!
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I wonder how many bags would be needed to make a minimal volleyball sand lot.

Going to google now...


Update: Appears to be 600 lbs of sand needed. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif

So I guess that means 12 bags at the above SD price would equal $30 plus tax plus some hard work.

Source: https://www.doityourself.com/stry...-your-yard [doityourself.com]
Yes, 600 lbs will do it... if you are talking about 1" of coverage
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That doesn't seem right. Regardless, call a landscaping supply and get a dump truck worth to start with. Not this.
Better yet, dont do it at all. As a previous person who inherited an idea like this from a previous home owner, dont do it. Lol
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Came across this... might help for sand boxes.... not sure about volleyball courts.

sand calculator [jurassicsand.com]
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