Endurant Sand, Stone & Aggregate Colorant

A popular product in the line of Endurant Landscape Colorants is the Endurant Sand Colorant. Endurant Sand Colorant is a green colorant for sand that is mostly used on golf courses and sports turf. Green sand is used to fill in divots or top dress. It helps to blend a damaged area back into the grassy landscape. 

About Endurant Sand Colorants

For commercial use, the sand is given a green color that will camouflage the divots in the turfgrass created by golfers or athletes on fields, fairways and tees. 

Endurant Sand Colorant is the best on the market avoiding the pit falls of some other brands.

Endurant Sand Colorant is natural in color; does not bleed; and is long lasting.  A small amount of product is used to color enhance a significant amount of sand. This makes Endurant Sand Colorant economically priced for industrial applications. 

Endurant remains true to tone, so it does not suffer from light degradation. 

Some of the major problems that arise from other brands of colorants for aggregates is they aren’t long lasting; they are not natural in color or appearance; or they change color. Also a major complaint that people get from other sand colorants is that the divot sand will bleed color when wet. For all the reasons above, Endurant Sand Colorants is the top choice among golf course superintendents and others in the green industry. 

Using Endurant Sand Colorant

Endurant Sand Colorant is sold internationally. It is available in one or five gallon pails. The application rate is dependent on the depth of shade desired by the end user. On average, approximately 1 to 2 gallons of Endurant Sand Colorant is used per ton of sand. 

The color lasts as the grass grows back into the damaged area, where applicable. 

Colorants for Stone and Other Aggregates

Geoponics can make any color for aggregate application, including for rock, gravel or stone. 

Contact us for a quote with a minimum custom order of 250 gallons. 1-877-ECO-GROW or info@geoponicscorp.com 

Colorants can be mixed with sand, gravel or stone in a cement mixer for even coverage. 

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