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Care & Maintenance

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  1. Regular Cleaning:

    • Remove debris such as leaves, twigs, and dirt using a leaf blower, rake, or a soft-bristle broom.

    • Lightly hose down the lawn to wash away dust and small particles. For more stubborn stains, you can use a mild detergent mixed with water and a soft brush.

  2. Preventing Pet Waste:

    • Pick up solid waste promptly and rinse the area with water to avoid lingering odors. Hose down the area occasionally to maintain freshness.

  3. Avoid Heavy Objects:

    • Prevent placing heavy furniture or objects on the synthetic lawn for extended periods, as this could cause flattening and indentations.

  4. Minimize Heat Exposure:

    • While synthetic lawns are designed to withstand sunlight, it's best to avoid intense heat sources like hot charcoal from barbecues or reflective surfaces that could concentrate heat.

  5. Manage Traffic:

    • Limit heavy foot traffic in concentrated areas, such as pathways or entrances, to prevent wearing down the fibers.

  6. Weed Control:

    • Synthetic lawns naturally discourage weed growth. However, occasional inspection and removal of any weeds that manage to sprout is recommended.

  7. Prevent Stains:

    • Avoid using oil-based products or materials that can cause staining. If any spills occur, clean them up promptly using a mixture of water and mild soap.

  8. Rinse Occasionally:

    • Periodically hose down the entire lawn to remove dust and keep the fibers upright. This can also help cool down the surface on hot days.

  9. Gentle Raking:

    • Use a soft-bristle rake or brush to gently fluff up the fibers occasionally, maintaining a natural appearance.

  10. Seasonal Maintenance:

    • Depending on the climate and usage, consider more thorough cleanings every few months to keep the lawn looking fresh.

  11. Professional Maintenance:

    • Professional services can include deep cleaning, repairing damaged areas, and ensuring the overall longevity of the synthetic lawn.


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