How To Maintain Artificial Grass?

If you have just installed new artificial grass, you may be wondering how best to maintain it. Compared to regular grass, artificial grass is incredibly low maintenance, which is perfect for all types of home and business owners. This guide provides you with recommendations on how best to look after your new artificial grass. 

At The Grassman, we provide a variety of artificial grass that will enhance your outdoor and indoor spaces. We have years of experience installing synthetic grass across Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and the surrounding towns. If you have any questions, we will be happy to provide you with more information about our artificial grass. 

Identity The Type Of Artificial Grass 

The first helpful step in maintaining your artificial grass is to confirm the type. Different grass types may require specific techniques or products, so it’s essential that you check first. 

Once you have identified the type of artificial grass, you can learn how best to maintain it. 

Remove Leaves or Debris 

When it becomes autumn, or it is particularly windy, leaves or debris may fall onto your artificial grass. It is recommended that you remove them to keep your grass clean. You can use a variety of tools, such as a rake, leaf blower, or sturdy brush, to effectively remove debris and keep your grass looking its best.

Occasional Brushing 

One of the many fantastic benefits is that the artificial grass colour doesn’t fade during hot weather, or is impacted by the weather in another way. However, to keep it durable and looking new, we recommend occasionally brushing your artificial grass with a rigid brush. 

Remove Stains 

If you have accidentally spilt a drink or other liquid onto your grass, don’t worry. It should be easy to remove any stains or liquid from your grass. All you have to do is use a clean cloth to soak up any liquid to prevent any dampness from occurring. 

If any stubborn stains occur, then water and a cloth should do the trick. However, check with your artificial grass supplier to see if they have any other handy tips or guidance on how to remove the stains best. 

Pick Up Animal Mess 

If you have pets or animals that like to roam around your garden, then you may notice some natural mess in your artificial grass. When this happens, try to pick up the mess as soon as you can to avoid staining the grass. You may use water to clear any small mess. 

Artificial Grass Prices 

If you have just installed new artificial grass on your property and would like more advice on how best to care for it, feel free to get in touch with our team today. We can be reached via our online contact form or by phone, and we will be happy to help. 

If you are interested in installing new artificial grass on your property, you can also contact us, and we will be happy to provide you with a free quote. 

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