How Do I Clean My Artificial Grass
Posted by Newportgrass on April 13th, 2017
Here at Bristol Artificial Lawns we are frequently asked by our clients how to clean artificial grass once it is installed. Synthetic grass is a product that lasts for years, wearing well throughout all climates whether it is heavy rainfalls or hot sunshine. Spending half an hour a week on your artificial grass will leave the grass looking great while staying safe.
The foremost thing you need to do is pick up any large debris from your synthetic lawn, things like branches, twigs or rubbish that has blown from surrounding regions.
You then need to utilise your leaf blower to evacuate any smaller debris. The leaf blower functions admirably at fluffing up flattened grass to if you keep the leaf blower to the tips of the grass blades. Ideally, you have to do this on a monthly basis, more so if your lawn is utilised continuously.
If you have cats or dogs that urinate on the fake grass then it is a smart idea to pour white vinegar on the regions they urinate, leave the white vinegar to soak through for a couple of minutes and after that rinse it away with water. If you have one or two pets, then doing this monthly is fine, but the more pets you have, the more often it will require to be done.
It is advised that once a week you get your hose out and give he artificial lawn a very quick clean with some plain water straight from the tap to keep it spotless, clean and looking great.
Performing this simple guide on a regular basis will help make sure your garden remains lush, clean and odor free, which will make it an inviting place to play, sunbathe, hang out or relax with friends and family.
That’s it – cleaning your artificial grass lawn really is that simple!Also See: Artificial Grass, Leaf Blower, White Vinegar, Grass Once, Grass, Artificial, Clean
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