Frequenty Asked Questions

What kind of surface should I use to lay artificial grass on?

You should ideally lay artificial grass on top of an even surface with ample drainage. You must ensure that the surface is completely flat and that all organic matter has been removed from underneath. This is to ensure no bumps or unevenness on the artificial grass when you lay it down. A suitable subbase is vital for the longevity and beauty of artificial grass as it gives it an even and natural-looking finish and ensures adequate drainage. 

How often should I clean my artificial grass?

It is essential to clean your artificial grass regularly to ensure there are no dust, debris, allergens, or germs trapped in the rug. Cleaning your artificial grass frequently depends on how much it is used. However, it is recommended to clean the artificial grass at least once a week. Cleaning is relatively straightforward and does not require too many products, so you can easily carry it out weekly. You only need a garden hose, warm soapy water, or a good quality artificial grass cleaning product to clean your rug thoroughly.