MAINTENANCE ADVICE FOR ARTIFICIAL GRASS
LAVISH LAWNS MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
An artificial turf lawn is easy to maintain
It is important to regularly remove leaves, twigs and other organic material, either with a leaf blower/vacuum cleaner, a stiff brush, or a rake. Larger objects such as branches must be removed manually.
If moss appears in areas with insufficient sunlight, an anti-moss treatment could be necessary, preferably applied during the spring and autumn.
Use a bio-degradable product for this; never use acidic liquids or bleach as these chemicals could damage the fibres if applied in too high a concentration.
There is no need to remove snow and ice from the surface; simply allow it to melt and drain off.
Animal droppings should be removed as soon as possible, after which the artificial turf should be rinsed with water.
Substances such as oil, acids, solvents, or fuels should never come into contact with your artificial lawns.
Do not throw cigarette butts on the turf and do not expose the turf to fire, fireworks, welding activities, or barbecues, as this could cause the fibres to melt and clump together.