How to maintain artificial grass?
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How to maintain artificial grass?

how to get rid of weeds from artificial grass

If your garden wasn’t excavated thoroughly enough or your sub-base is contaminated, you may find that weeds can grow through drainage holes. You can invest in a quality weed barrier to try and prevent them coming through.How to prevent weedsUse weed killer twice a yearRake grass regularlyIf you see a weed, pick it!Brush the lawn consistently to keep the fibres upright

How to remove stubborn stains from artificial grass

Act quickly — and remove as much of the spillage as possible before it begins to harden.Soak up any liquids with a clean cloth, kitchen towel or (if you have some to hand) cat litter — all of these will absorb any liquid.If there is still a mark, mix a small amount of washing up liquid and lukewarm water together. Apply with a synthetic bristled brush or a clean cloth or sponge.Work the solution in between and around the stained fibres. Rinse the area thoroughly with water from a garden hose or watering can.If the spillage has hardened, you may need to carefully remove it using either a plastic spatula or plastic knife. You could also try using a toothbrush to gently brush the stain away.

How to clean artificial grass

Follow these few simple stepsRegularly remove leaves and debris using a leaf blower, stiff brush or plastic rake.Trim hedges and trees often to limit the amount of leaves falling onto the lawn.Apply weed killer twice a year to the whole area to prevent weeds growing and to kill any stray ones.Use an artificial turf spray to clean away any urine from your pets. Sprinkle the area with baking soda before adding a diluted solution of water and vinegar to get rid of any odours.