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Old 05-18-2012, 10:59 AM   #1
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Default Beach sand

Who in the area carries a beach-suitable sand? What are people suggesting to use?

The sand in our beach seems to go to crap after 2-3 seasons between dirt and mulch getting into it, as well as runoff from the land leaching into the perched beach.
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Who in the area carries a beach-suitable sand? What are people suggesting to use?

The sand in our beach seems to go to crap after 2-3 seasons between dirt and mulch getting into it, as well as runoff from the land leaching into the perched beach.
A permit first and then washed sand. Great when you have kids as it brushes right off quickly.
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