How to Clean Artificial Grass

Artificial grass is easy to maintain. It’s one of just many benefits of having fake turf in an outdoor business premises. But exactly what goes into cleaning artificial grass? Let’s take a look at just how simple it is to keep your artificial grass clean and looking great.

How often should I be cleaning artificial grass?

There are many different business uses for artificial turf, and how dirty your grass gets will depend upon what it is used for. For instance, businesses who simply use artificial grass as a low maintenance alternative to real turf may only need to give their lawn half-an-hour’s attention every week. On the other hand, dog kennel owners who use artificial grass in dog runs will clearly need a more heavy duty regime for cleaning artificial grass.

Weekly artificial grass maintenance

It is a good idea to give your artificial turf a little attention every week in order to keep it clean and looking its best. Regular maintenance and cleaning will keep the product in top condition, ensuring it lasts and looks great for a very long time. You may want to use a leaf blower to dislodge dust and soil from your artificial grass. Then, simply give your turf rinse down with a hose and it’s ready for another week!

Monthly methods for cleaning artificial grass

Once a month it is a good idea to do a little bit more intensive maintenance. You may find that patches of your grass begin to clump together or get flattened out. This is more likely to be a problem if you artificial grass is subject to heavy use. It’s easy to groom your lawn so that all the blades are tangle free and stand up properly. You can use a flexible rake or a broom with stiff bristles. Sweeping against the grain will fluff your lawn up nicely. Make sure you don’t use anything with metal bristles or prongs, however, as this could damage your artificial grass.

Methods of cleaning artificial grass for animals

If your business involves animals using your artificial grass, it will likely be soiled on a regular basis. After you have picked up any animal waste you can remove the odour and remaining particles by hosing down the area. You can clean areas where animals soil by pouring white vinegar onto the space. Leave it to soak in for a few minutes, then hose it down thoroughly. You can also buy products that help remove odour and freshen your artificial grass.

Cleaning artificial grass really is that simple

That really is all there is to it. When we say artificial grass is convenient and easy to maintain, we really mean it! Get in touch today if your interested in investing in easy to maintain artificial grass.