Close up of a rake on artificial grass.

A Guide to Cleaning Your Artificial Grass

One of the best parts about having a synthetic grass lawn is the limited amount of maintenance required. Nonetheless, it’s a good idea to clean your turf every once in a while, to make sure it’s in the best condition possible. It’s important to know the proper cleaning techniques for artificial grass to avoid damaging the bristles. We’ve put together a guide on how to safely and quickly clean your turf.

Step 1: use a lawn brush

If you have a smaller lawn, a lawn brush is an easy and sufficient way to clear debris from your synthetic grass. Lawn brushes have stiff, non-metal bristles that fluff the grass and remove any particles from the turf. To give your lawn some extra volume, run your brush throughout the grass to re-position the bristles back into their raised position. 

Step 2: use a hose

Rinse your lawn with a hose at least once a month to blast away any dust that might be lingering in the blades. Spray excess residue leftover from pets to help control odor as well. The best part is that our drainage system allows water to pass right through, so you’ll never be left with standing water. Your yard will be ready for use immediately after cleaning!

Step 3: use a cleaning product

For a deeper, more comprehensive clean, use a non-toxic, synthetic grass cleaner to sanitize your turf. Look for products that are biodegradable and have a built-in deodorizer. Simply distribute all over the synthetic grass or, for faster application, purchase a hose attachment and spray the solution throughout your turf.

Step 4: contact us for sports field cleaning

If you are looking for synthetic sports field cleaning, look no further! SYNLawn Kansas City offers cleaning services that will renew and revitalize your turf. Our services are designed to be efficient and effective, so you get the results you need.

We offer a state-of-the-art turf cleaning machine that penetrates the surface of your field to loosen and level the infill. This decreases compaction and increases drainage. We also offer rotary brush vacuuming which loosens dirt particles that have attached themselves to the grass fibers. These particles are captured and disposed of. Grooming the turf is important as well. We pull specially designed brushes across the surface, fluffing the grass and maximizing the fiber’s lifespan. Lastly, we use a magnet to remove any metal from the turf. Turf repairs and disinfectants are offered at an additional cost as well.

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