Best way to keep grass from growing up between bricks on a patio?
Teresita Martinez on Jun 18, 2017A little vinegar, dishwashing detergent and water in a spray bottle, spray 2 or 3 times a dayHelpful Reply
Tyra on Jun 18, 2017Spray or pour vinegar between bricks.Helpful Reply
SandyG on Jun 18, 2017You can use a propane tank attached to a pole and burn grass between bricks. May take a few times to actually kill the root, but non-toxic and easy.Helpful Reply
Vonnie Turner on Jun 19, 2017Sprinkle with Borax.Helpful Reply
Rachel on Jun 19, 2017as people suggested, vinager is the best. Good luck!Helpful Reply
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