How to put
your artificial grass
on loose soil ?
How to set up your artificial grass ?
Prepare the soilThe ground must be weeded. Use a total weed killer for fast and effective action.
Break the clods, remove debris and roots.
If the soil is difficult to work, water it on the surface.
Cover with sand to level the surface and fill any holes. We recommend using sand with a 0/2 or 0/B grading. You can also use fillerized gravel or bocce pitch sand.
Compact by hand or with a vibrating plate.
Level to get a perfectly flat ground or, failing that, with soft shapes.
In the end, the soil must be: clean, equalized, drained and compact.
Lay the geotextileThe ground must be weeded. Use a total weed killer for fast and effective action.
Laying out the stripsOnce you've determined the best laying direction, unroll all the strips in the same direction.
Cut and trim strips to cover the entire surface
Preparing junctionsPlace the strips edge to edge so that they join perfectly.
Cut the edge of each strip by positioning the cutter in the middle of two lines of thread.
By reconstituting the normal line spacing, the junction will be invisible.
Place the strips edge to edge
Trim endsAt this stage, the lawn should have its final appearance (except for brushing).
Making junctionsRaise the edge of each strip and place a joining strip in the middle.
Remove the protective film.
Fold the two strips together so that they join perfectly.
Apply pressure to adhere the turf to the band.
Fixing the perimeterSecure the turf around the edges with a grappling hook every metre.
All that's left to do is brush your artificial turf !
Brushing your lawnBrush the lawn with a stiff broom
For best results, brush the lawn in the opposite direction to the wire.