We get a lot of questions about how artificial grass should be treated. So we’ve compiled a list of things that you definitely should and should not do with your artificial grass. Concise and convenient, just for you.
- Leave or use plastic pools on the grass
- Cover grass with tarps
- Use barbeques or grills on your grass
- Use firepits on your grass
- Leave metal tools on your grass
- Place recently used power tools or tools with engines on your grass
- Place glass tables on your grass
- Place hot pans or dishes on your grass
- Use metal rakes on your grass
- Set off fireworks on your grass
- Check for highly reflective surfaces, including metal flashing and Low-E windows, before you install your grass. Such surfaces can bounce intense heat back onto your grass and can cause localized melting.
- Give your grass a quick rinse at least once a month to take care of smaller debris and dust
- Use a flexible lawn rake to clean larger debris off of your grass
- Give your grass periodic deep cleaning to reduce bacteria and odor build-up on your grass. We recommend using Turf Bomb to sanitize and target odors.
- Enjoy your artificial grass!
Following these quick and easy do’s and don’ts will keep your grass from getting damaged and will have it lasting for years to come.