Easihold Trade Multipack (4 x 5L)

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Easihold Multipack is a trade sized pack of Easihold 5L.

Supplied in boxes of 4 jerrycans, perfect for larger projects or for landscapers who are using the product regularly. 

Save 20% on Easihold by purchasing in the Multipack deal.

Easihold is recommended to hold in place loose, clean and dry stones 5mm to 10mm in diameter for decorative or very low traffic areas. Easihold lasts approximately 12 months before requiring 'topping up'. 

Need something more long term? Our EasiBound Kits will last 10 years, even under regular traffic. EasiBound kits are applied on to solid surfacing such as concrete, cellular grids or tarmacadam at a depth of 15mm. 

Easihold Multipack is a trade sized pack of Easihold 5L.

Supplied in boxes of 4 jerrycans, perfect for larger projects or for landscapers who are using the product regularly. 

Save 20% on Easihold by purchasing in the Multipack deal.

Easihold is recommended to hold in place loose, clean and dry stones 5mm to 10mm in diameter for decorative or very low traffic areas. Easihold lasts approximately 12 months before requiring 'topping up'. 

Need something more long term? Our EasiBound Kits will last 10 years, even under regular traffic. EasiBound kits are applied on to solid surfacing such as concrete, cellular grids or tarmacadam at a depth of 15mm. 

4 x 5L (Covers between 6m2 and 20m2 depending upon application technique).
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Everything
you need to
know.

Easihold is an award winning water based, low odour and none hazardous stone binder. 

Easihold can be applied using 3 Methods - Pour OnSpray On or Mix In, depending upon your usage requirements. Click the Application Advice tab for more information. 

Holds in place loose, pesky stones
Water Based and None Harmful
Can be easily topped up year after year 
No need for invasive, messy work

Life Expectancy:
Easihold is an easy, none invasive semi-permanent solution that can be topped up easily year after year. Easihold is DIY friendly, no experience is needed and Easihold treated stones can be broken down if you wish to make a change in your garden. 

Alternative Options:
For surface areas to receive regular foot traffic, furniture or other stresses, we recommend our EasiBound Kits. EasiBound Kits contain a 2-Part Resin Binder and a 25kg Aggregate. Mix the 2 parts together, followed by the aggregates and trowel apply to 15mm depth on to a hard surface. 

The #1 Stone Binder:
Easihold is the original pour on stone binder - patented in 2019 and now sold throughout the world! We have manufactured more than 50,000 bottles of Easihold and distributed to 20+ countries! 

Manufactured in the UK:
We are proud to have formulated and patented a leading new product for DIY users worldwide. We manufacture Easihold at our factory in East Yorkshire, UK. We don't white label or re-sell imported products. 

International Sales:
Email sales@vubagroup.com to place an order or request information for a local distributor if you are not in the UK. For the USA you can buy directly on Amazon, here

Will it darken the stones / give it a wet look?

Will stones treated with Easihold support garden furniture?

Will Easihold work on rubber mulch?

Is this product UV Stable?

How long after application can it rain?

Is the product flammable?

If you don't use it all, how long can you keep it for?

Will it work if the stones are dirty or sandy?

Do you have to clean the gravel first?

Will this product work on a patio?

How many square feet does it cover?

How many m2 does it cover?

Will Easihold hold up in the Winter months?

Can you clean your toold with water?

Can you use Easihold on a driveway?

How long do I have to wait after the first coat?

Could I park a ride on lawn mower on it?

Does it leave the surface permeable?

How long will Easihold last on my stones?

What depth will Easihold work on?

Can it be used on sand / decomposed granite?

What size diameter stone would you recommend?

Do you need a specialist spray gun?

Is Easihold SUDS Compliant?

Does Easihold create a wet look?

Would Easihold be suitable for a 20mm aggregate?

Would Easihold work on slate chippings?

Can you jet wash the stones after treating with Easihold?


Pour On:
Perhaps the easiest and original application of Easoihold is to use a vessel such as a watering can to pour the patented Easihold binder on to your stones. The advantage is that it's quick and easy, and no need to move the stones you wish to treat. The downside is it can be easy to pour too much on - which wastes the product and over saturation can cause Easihold to not work because it is air drying. 

We recommend to pour 1L per m2 per coat. You can apply 2 coats for additional strength. Must let dry fully between coats. Do not over saturate! 

Spray On:
The Spray On method is economical, and makes application easy. The downsides are that you will need to buy a sprayer, ensure you wash it out so it does not block, and because the spray only bonds the top 3-4mm, it is suitable for decorative applications only. 

We recommend to spray 0.5L per m2 per coat. You can apply 2 coats for additional strength. Must let dry fully between coats. Do not over saturate! 

Hand Mix:
Hand mixing gives the best and strongest result. But it is more labour intensive and you have to buy our decorative stones. You can buy these altogether in the Easihold and Stone Kits section of our website. 





Application Vessel:

Easihold Pour On is recommended to be applied using a watering can. You can also drill holes in the bottom of a plastic tub. Easihold Pour On is a very low viscosity binder to ensure the treated stones are fully encapsulated. For walkways and pathways use the pour on or stone mix application. See product datasheet for further application advice. 

Care should be taken to ensure you do not over saturate the area. Ensure the watering can rose or other application tool provides a good even dispersion of the Easihold binder.

Easihold is an air drying product, and should only be left open when intended for application. 

Drying Times:
Easihold Pour On Resin is an air drying product. Light wind and temperatures above 10oC are optimal for the application of Easihold. 8oC is the minimum application temperature, and 40oC the maximum.

Each coat of Easihold will dry in 24 hours at 15oC. However, drying times will be extended in cold weather.

Ensure to apply Easihold in a rising temperature state. For example, it is safe to apply at 8oC is the temperature is climbing, and not declining. Remember to protect any working surfaces nearby.

Application Thickness:
Care should be taken to not over saturate the working surface, or this may retard the curing time of the binder. In the case of extreme excessive saturation, the surface will become too ‘wet’ to dry out.

You should not apply more than 1 litre per m2. Multiple thinner layers are more successful than one thicker layer. 

Application Finish:
You can spread / smooth the treated stones in place using a trowel, pin rake, squeegee or a spatula as suitable for the specific application. 

Please ensure you have read our Product Datasheet for application instructions, and MSDS for health and safety advice in relation to this product.