Amend Your Clay Soil With RestoreClay

Amend Your Clay Soil With RestoreClay


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RestoreClay is the Complete Solution for amending your hard clay soil.  

Are you frustrated with your clay soil? Tired of standing water and sparse lawn growth? Have you ever planted a tree or shrub only to have it die? These problems and more can be the result of Unhealthy Clay Soil. 

RestoreClay can Help! RestoreClay is a Complete Solution to start improving your frustrating clay soil.

How Will RestoreClay Help?

When most people think of fertile soils they think of dark, loose topsoils. These are soils rich in nutrients, humus, and beneficial microorganisms and as a result, are great soils for growing a healthy lawn and garden. Unhealthy clay soils are typically lacking in these elements.

To turn unhealthy clay soil into a more productive growing soil we need to add Humus and Beneficial Microorganisms. RestoreClay is formulated to do just that.

RestoreClay will help correct any harmful conditions in the soil that are hindering the growth of microorganisms, in addition to adding new ones. This increase in healthy biology will accelerate the creation of humus and add nutrients.

As the conditions in the soil improve it will start to provide a fertile growing environment for your lawn and garden.

Some of the benefits of using RestoreClay include:

  • A looser soil structure that improves water movement and root growth.
  • Significant improvement in the growth of lawns, gardens, trees, and flowers.
  • Accelerated breakdown of organic matter creating soil nutrients.


If you are new to our products we would love to help you get started. We encourage all our customers to take advantage of our Exclusive SoundStart Program.


Are you ready to start Improving Your Clay Soil? Let’s get started!

1. Decide on the amount of product needed per application. The amount of RestoreClay needed depends on the size of your lawn and or garden. We recommend applying 1 ounce of RestoreClay for every 100 sq feet of soil in the beginning. (If your lawn is 2,000 sq ft you will want to apply 20 ounces per application.) Our Liquid Humate product makes a great combination with RestoreClay, and we recommend pairing the two together.

If you would like my help planning the application amount, please contact me at

2. Purchase enough product for 2 applications.

3. Plan on a way to apply the product. We recommend an Ortho Dial-n-Spray applicator, but any applicator designed for liquids will work. A Miracle Grow applicator works differently and will not evenly apply the product. If you have a small area you can apply with a pressure sprayer or watering can just make sure to water well after applying.

4. Apply the first application upon delivery and the second application 4 weeks later.

5. MOST IMPORTANTLY, contact us a few weeks after the second application, and let’s review the progress. Some clay soils can require 3-4 applications to make significant progress. If your soil is not responding after the second application, applications 3-4 are on us free of charge. We can be reached through our online chat program or by email at

If you still have additional questions, please contact us so we can help.

The soil will get better with each application. Continuing to apply on a 4-week schedule is a great way to accelerate the improvements. There will come a point after the first 2-4 applications where you are satisfied with the health of the lawn and or garden and just want to maintain the results and can then transition to the maintenance phase.

To maintain the results, you should be able to spread the applications out to 3-4 times a year. The further into the program you get the longer you can go between applications. The soil gets better over time and repeated applications.

To help keep your applications on schedule we now offer a Subscription Service. Save 10% when you sign up for regularly scheduled deliveries.

RestoreClay contains the following ingredients. 

The Guaranteed Analysis is 9-0-0

Total Nitrogen (N) .................9.00%
1.50% Ammoniacal Nitrogen
1.00% Nitrate Nitrogen
6.50% Urea Nitrogen

Derived from Urea, Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Sulfate

It also contains the following microorganisms:



Customer Reviews

Based on 108 reviews
Frank Martin (Stockton, US)
Grass restoration

Your product was wonderful for my front yard grass but the back yard has not improved at all. Not sure what is needed next. I've given it two applications and will do a third one soon.

Hello Frank, Thank You for your review.

Sorry to hear the back yard is struggling. Can you email me at and lets review the applications and put a plan together to get the backyard on track. I am glad to supply additional applications to you free of charge.


Robert Langdon (Denver, US)

Lawn has never been greener!

Ella123 (Charlotte, US)
Not sure yet.

I have put down two applications to my massive flower beds. It would be unfair to say one way or the other yet since flowers were already up when applied. I honestly will know better this fall ( for planting) or next spring (?when flowers start growing) to give an accurate and fair answer.
Therefore, I would give a neutral rating at this point.

Thomas Stallter (Scappoose, US)
Working on It

We applied RestoreClay and humate two times, four weeks apart and four weeks later we still did not see any improvement do we were sent enough to do two more treatments along with enough humate for four treatments for free, including shipping. We will give the lawn and gardens two more treatments to see how it does. To be fair, we have the worst clay situation possible with only 1.5 inches of soil on top of it. New construction. Sod was laid on the clay and greened up for looks, but it dries out in one day of sun. Hoping to see some improvement.

Haz (Bloomfield Hills, US)
So far so good

It's one week after second applications of RestoreClay, and Humic Acid. The ground seems to be changing. Can stick a long screwdriver in without much effort. Couldn't do that before. Its a long process, but we seem to be on the right track. I'm sticking with the program.