Mark your desired line and level off or create a trench along this. If non invasive grass is present remove this (or set aside for re-use) from the garden bed you want to isolate from the lawn.
Note: This edge allows gentle sloping.
STEP 1 Place the edges in the trench roughly where they need to be STEP 2 Join all edges together with Tek screws or pop-rivets. STEP 3 Make sure you’re happy with the way the edge runs. STEP 4 Hammer all the pegs in adjacent to the edge; leave 5 mm of the peg sticking out above the edge. STEP 5 Starting from one end and working your way along lift the edge up over each peg, tapping with the rubber mallet as you go to lock the pegs into the edge. Listen for the lock-in click! STEP 6 Backfill against the edge to sure up your line and complete the job.
Tip: When working on an existing lawn, use marker paint to set out your line and make a clean cut with your shovel or edge cutter. This way you can install the edge snug against the lawn.
RIGHT ANGLE CORNER
If you want to make a right angle corner, score a line down the back of the edge with an angle grinder and create a sufficient opening in the double folded lip. Bend and force it by hand; bend it a little too far then bend it back. Placing a block of wood close to the fold improves the result. You can use a rubber mallet to tap the edge into a perfect square corner.
Tip: A video showing how to do this can be found in the video tab.
MINIMUM CURVE RADIUS
The minimum radius for curves or circles that can be formed with this product is 35cm.