Follow these few simple steps:
Step one: Regularly remove debris and leaves
Just like real grass, the best way to keep it looking fresh and groomed is by removing leaf litter and debris using a petrol leaf blower (for best results), stiff brush, or a plastic rake. Additionally, to limit the amount of leaves falling onto the grass, regularly trim back hedges and overhanging trees.
Step Two: Apply weed killer
As the fake grass is susceptible to airborne seeds, regular maintenance in the form of a weed killer twice a year to the whole area is paramount. If any weeds do grow, these are easily removed.
Step Three: Brushing
If there is no transfer of dirt/soil, artificial grass is pretty much self-cleaning. However, if the ‘grass’ needs cleaning, hosing down using a light detergent and a stiff brush (or a mechanical brush for best results) is recommended.
Step Four: Remove pet waste
To eradicate pet urine odours and mess, use our specialist cleaner Pee Away. View our products page for more information.
Step Five: Avoid mirrors or reflective surfaces
Please be aware that outdoor mirrors or mirrored walls can have an adverse effect on our surfaces, and therefore, are not recommended to be used in any project where Gorilla Grass is laid, as any damage caused by such items will not be covered by warranty.
If you have any further questions, check our FAQ page or contact us.