Can You Spot Where the LakeMat Pro Is?

If you guessed that big rectangle in the edge of the weeds, you’re right?

I was contacted by a group of neighbors who live on a river. Everything is beautiful there except for these pesky weeds that show up in July and make a thick mat of yuckiness in the river until late fall. The neighbors didn’t like seeing the weeds, and they really hate how the get caught in their boat props.

Each of the three wanted to “try one” to see if it worked. So because this was an “experiment” we put one of the LakeMat Pros in a spot where they could easily observe the difference.

Here’s the result of the “experiment.” This isn’t Photo Shopped, I don’t have the skills, (or the software). The photo was taken the day after installation. Yes, the neighbors are getting several more.

If a LakeMat handles these tough, matted weeds, how well do you think will it work for you?


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