Maintenance of Artificial Turf
In recent years, artificial turf has made great breakthroughs in raw materials, weaving technology, product performance, etc., and is widely used in sports, decoration, kindergartens, and other fields. Depending on the low maintenance requirements, many homeowners prefer artificial turf for its long-lasting health and beauty.
Having said that, maintenance of artificial turf is also necessary during use. To ensure that it can continue to be used throughout its service life. Today, we want to take a closer look at the upkeep and maintenance involved in owning an artificial turf.
During the use of artificial turf, garbage, and other items will accumulate. If it is not cleaned in time, the artificial turf will increase its wear and tear and reduce its service life.
Artificial turf maintenance method
No matter when the lawn needs to be cleaned in time to reduce the occurrence of its problems. As for solid waste, you should always try to pick it up as soon as possible.
Rainy days are the best cleaning tools for artificial turf. It can gently clean off the dust, pollen, and other pollutants scattered in the air on the grass fibers. You don’t have to worry about the dust attached to the outdoor lawn because it will be washed away when it rains. When the summer is hot, the lawn can be sprayed with water to cool down, to make the athletes cool and comfortable.
Unless you live in an area that gets a lot of rain, you want to make sure you regularly hose down the surface to remove urine and potential stains. This will help reduce lingering odors and minimize the possibility of any stains that detract from the beauty of your lawn. Synthetic turf is designed to promote good drainage, so there's no need to worry about your lawn getting soggy after you rinse.
Over time, the tiny blades of grass that make up artificial turf can become compressed or wither. An easy way to keep your lawn fresh and looking new is to scrub it with tools designed for artificial turf. You can restore matted fibers by brushing them in the opposite direction to restore more depth and height. Be sure to use a brush with synthetic bristles, as other materials, such as wire or hard plastic, can inadvertently damage your lawn and pull up grass.
The surface of the artificial turf should be cleaned in time to ensure that the surface of the artificial turf is clean. Comb the surface of the turf to maintain the good characteristics of the artificial turf. To keep the lawn cleaner, it must be washed with plenty of water from time to time. Reasonable cleaning can not only remove turf dust but also adjust the surface temperature of artificial turf.
Artificial turf has a certain temperature limit in summer. If the temperature exceeds 33 degrees, please do not use the cleaning machine. To prevent fire or the grass fiber is melted due to high temperature, do not park the vehicle that has not been turned off. on the turf.
The longer you enjoy artificial turf, the more you start to notice high-traffic areas. This is where your family will most often cross the lawn, or it could be the path your dog follows along the fence. Moderate wear and tear are normal in high-traffic areas, but you don't have to sacrifice the overall beauty of your lawn for these small areas. Professionals can quickly and easily replace high-traffic sections by removing sections of artificial turf nails, giving your yard a new look.
With a little daily care and cleaning, you can have a beautiful green lawn that will last for years. If you have any questions about artificial turf, contact our friendly team of US Turf professionals today.