Tip # 1: Clean up your plot
Dead leaves or branches may fall on your fake lawn. To remove all this green waste, you simply need to bring a rake. Choose flexible and plastic rakes that will not damage your synthetic lawn. If you prefer, you can opt for the blower, a more expensive hair but so efficient. Finally, if you have a small area of fake grass, a shovel and a brush will do the trick!
Tip # 2: Spray with water
Passing a jet of water over your false lawn is an act that may seem inappropriate and yet ... It helps to dust it and restore it to its original color. Your lawn may be stained and the water jet is not enough. In this case, you can use soapy water to remove stubborn stains. The water jet can be essential for courtyards or small gardens which are not exposed to the vagaries of the weather and which are therefore never rinsed by rainwater.
Tip # 3: Brush your fake grass
And yes, the fake grass is brushing. The action should be carried out once or twice a year. Brushing a synthetic grass allows in particular to keep each strand straight and to have a nice regularity. To brush your lawn you can use a soft rake or a broom. Try to be gentle with your lawn, if it is damaged, you will have to repair it!
Tip # 4: Use the right products
Because your fake grass is synthetic, you cannot use all of the chemicals on the market. Weed killers and pesticides are not intended for use on artificial turf. Prefer natural products and ancestral methods that do not use chemicals. Opting for a false lawn is an investment, as well as making it profitable.
Tip # 5: Focus on good weed control
Just because you choose synthetic turf doesn't mean you won't be bothered by weeds. If these manage to make their way in an urban environment, they will succeed on your artificial lawn. To limit weeds once the false grass has been laid, you must weed your plot well before installing your synthetic grass. For this, all techniques are good. Once your ground is healthy and clean, you can lay the artificial turf.