- Artificial Grass Maintenance
- To keep your beautiful yard looking its best for years to come, minimal maintainence is required
Pick up pet droppings as you normally would on any other surface. Use water to rinse the turf for any remaining particles and urine to keep your turf looking great. Do not power wash feces into turf as it will be harder to get out of the fibers.
Use a blower or a broom to sweep away debris on a regular basis. Dirt that ends up in the turf should be raked, swept or blown out as it collects. This goes for putting greens as well.
If heavy rain occurs, and your turf has infill, you may need to redistribute the infill using a carpet rake or stiff broom. A shop vacuum may also be used to pick it up and then spread it back out.
If you have chosed not to use our Fresh Fill infill, and you have odors in your turf, use a few drops of dish soap per gallon of water and scrub the affected area and then rinse with water. Do not use other cleansers such as bleach or any item with alcohol as they will destroy your artificial grass. If using any chemicals on the turf, make sure it is sufficiently rinsed to get the entire residue off of the blades and through the backing to avoid dulling of the blades.
Your turf will flatten if items are left on it but just rake against the grain to fluff it up once again.
High Traffic Areas:
Sweep the turf against its grain to fluff it up.
If using any chemicals on the turf, make sure it is sufficiently rinsed to get the entire residue off of the blades and through the backing to avoid dulling of the blades. Do not use any form of acids on turf. If ever in doubt what you can use on your turf to clean it, call your installer or email us. Warranty does not cover any chemical damages to turf or any part of the turf.