How to Level Your Stepping-Stone Walkway
By: Joe Truini
Because of settling, a couple of them are rocking, and that creates a tripping hazard.
So, I’m gonna repair them! All you need to do is get yourself some sand — that’s all.
I found the easiest, quickest way is just pouring in some sand. Buy a big bag of sand at the home center and spread it out to help level out the stone — and then simply flip over the stone and put it back in.
Ordinarily, you use a rubber mallet; in this case, I’ll use a dead blow hammer to pound this stone down into the sand.
You want to leave the stone a little high; over time, after a few rainstorms, the sand will settle in.
And now your stepping stone path is perfectly safe!
Watch the video above to see Joe’s Simple Solution.
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