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Q: How much sand do you need to cover 270 square feet in an area 6 inches deep?

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It depends on how deep the water is over the area it covers. 1 gallon = 231 cubic inches. If the water is 1 inch deep, it can cover an area of 231 square inches. If it's 231 inches deep, it can only cover an area of 1 square inch.

How deep do you want that ?If you want it 1.6 inches deep, then it can cover 1 square foot.If you want it 10-ft deep, then it can't cover that much area.

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4.4 bags for each 1-foot deep. 2.2 bags for each 6-inches deep. Each 5-ft3 bag will cover the area to 2.72 inches deep.

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If applied 1 foot deep it will cover 108 square feet. If applied 6 inches deep it will cover 216 square feet. It all depends on how thick you apply it.

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You will need about 463 cubic yards (around 594 tons) of gravel for this area.

It should cover 12 square feet, if spread one inch deep. If spread two inches deep it will cover 6 square feet.

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