Maintaining artificial grass is easy, simple and requires very little effort. It's a real time and energy saver ! All it takes is an occasional brushing and the removal of any debris that may have accumulated. Just follow the guide.
Once/Yearly : To raise the fibers and ensure optimum drainage, brush the artificial grass in the opposite direction to the strands. Use a stiff nylon broom, a blower or an electric brush for artificial grass.
Twice/Yearly : Anti-moss and anti-weed treatment : Choose preventive spray treatment and comply with the instructions of the product.For the anti-moss treatment, we recommend, for instance: Dimanin A, Dimanin Spécial by Bayer or similar product.Conversely, never use acid base liquids (e.g.: bleaching agent or sodium hydrochloride). Need more information ? Read our blog article on artificial turf maintenance.
On soft ground : Brush your lawn to straighten the blades as much as necessary.
On hard ground : For small surfaces, you can simply use a vacuum cleaner (balcony or terrace).
Twice a year : Choose a preventive spray treatment and follow the product instructions. For anti-foam treatment, we recommend Dimanin A, Dimanin Special from Bayer or an equivalent. On the other hand, never use acid-based liquids (e.g. bleach or sodium hypochlorite).
If you can, let snow and ice melt naturally. But you may not be able to wait to use your artificial turf. Follow the instructions below.
Run a brush or blower over the grass, moving it in the same direction on each pass.
If the coat is thin : break it with a small roller (not too heavy), then sweep up the pieces.
If the coat is thick : only specialized chemical products will be capable of quickly dealing with it. Remember to rinse off your lawn as soon as the weather permits, to eliminate any chemical residue and maintain it in top condition. - In all cases: never use calcium chloride, ammonium nitrate, ordinary salt, rock salt or any other corrosive or toxic products.
Simply clean your artificial turf with soapy water or water mixed with white vinegar to get rid of unpleasant odours, then rinse the area.
For thorough dusting, you can clean your synthetic lawn with a low-pressure jet of water and soap.