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Old 11-19-2012, 11:56 AM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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1) Might help you avoid hitting a sprinkler assuming it is visible and you see it in time


1) Eyesore
2) Tripping hazard, leading to potential law suit
3) Will fill up with yard debris and soil, leading to increased maintenance assuming you want to keep it visible
4) Doesn't do anything to physically protect the sprinkler
5) Becomes an issue when mowing low
6) If not UV stabilized plastic then limited life expectancy
7) If it is as flexible as you claim, then it will potentially sink right along with the sprinkler
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