While artificial grass does not need to be watered, mowed, aerated, or fertilized; it does require some maintenance to help prolong the life of artificial grass and to keep it clean. Powerbrooming your artificial grass regularly or once a month, helps to clean and extend the life of the artificial grass. Cleaning up after pets and washing off the artificial grass will help keep it clean and odor free. For leave and debris, a simple plastic raking will help keep your artificial grass looking beautiful. Artificial Grass Masters also suggest installing window sun screens to prevent melting the artificial grass from solar reflections and deflections.
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