20 Mar How To Clean Your Artificial Grass
With spring fast approaching, it is that time of year when people are emerging from the warmth of their homes to tackle the garden that winter has left wild and unruly. Green fingered or not, a sudden urge to spruce up the garden overtakes us when the sun shines and those of you who opted for a lushly green artificial grass lawn are now laughing!
Whilst your neighbours are dragging out their hefty lawn mowers from the depth of the garden shed, you can gaze down on your beautifully cut artificial grass knowing that all it needs is a little spring clean.
Remove any large objects from the lawn such as sticks, twigs and any rubbish that may have landed in your garden from the wintery blusters.
Now it is time to tackle the smaller debris. If you haven’t got one already, it may be a good time to invest in a leaf blower. It is the quickest and easiest way to remove the smaller dirt and debris and also does a great job at sprucing up the flattened grass.
If you haven’t got a leaf blower, then an outdoor broom with stiff bristles should do the trick. Try and brush out all of the dirt. Once you have done this, go back over using to the brush to fluff up the grass.
If you happen to have a few fluffy friends roaming around going to the toilet on your lovely green artificial grass, you don’t need to worry too much. Simply spraying white vinegar across the lawn, leaving it for 10 minutes and then washing it off with water should ensure that your grass stays in tip-top condition.
Sanitising the lawn is an important process if you have small children who will be playing in the garden when it starts to warm up.
In an ideal world it is a good idea to give the lawn a quick wash down with a hose once a week. If possible, use the white vinegar trick each time your pet pooches decide to relieve themselves. An old spray bottle filled with white vinegar is a simple way to spray down the area.
Now enjoy your beautiful clean and luscious lawn!