So, you or an artificial turf installer, or construction company have installed a fresh piece of artificial grass in your yard and now you aren’t totally sure what you can and can’t do on your new piece of land. Here is a list of things not to do on the new grass so that way it stays looking nice and fresh.
You should always avoid using any sort of harsh chemicals on your new grass. Since it’s not real grass, you never know how the chemicals can hurt the synthetic grass strands. If you end up using something harmful you could be dealing with a much bigger mess in the end.
Avoid putting hot charcoal or other burning things on the grass. This isn’t real grass so it won’t react the same way normal grass does when something burning is placed onto it and could cause your yard some problems and burn the synthetic grass. Unlike real grass, this isn’t something that will die and grow back, this is just burned synthetic grass.
You should also avoid puncturing the grass. If you have a big enough puncture in it, things can start to leak through the cracks and ruin your artificial grass from underneath and work it’s way up. Making it unreliable and unstable and overall just messy.
If you make sure to avoid doing any of these things then you and your yard should be perfectly fine and you shouldn’t run into any problems. You will be able to enjoy your new yard in peace and happiness.