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Learn how to install, maintain and handle artificial grass with one of our helpful guides.

How to Fit Artificial Grass

A complete installation guide from start to finish showing exactly how to install artificial grass.

Cut Into a Hard Edge

Edging is a particular skill in laying artificial grass. Learn how to cut into a hard edge.

How to Complete a Join

Joining artificial turf is an important aspect of any installation.

Batch matching

Guide to Batch Matching

One of the most crucial points to a successful grass installation is batch matching.

Handling Artificial Grass

Handling Artificial Grass

Before fitting artificial grass you need know how to correctly handle it to minimise damage.

Maintaining an Artificial Lawn

To keep your ArtificialGrass.com lawn looking good, a regular maintenance program is always recommended to ensure maximum life expectancy. As an outdoor product open to the elements, there is inevitably some periodic light work you should carry out.

Follow these few simple steps:

1. To reduce the risk of airborne weeds, remove leaves and debris using a petrol leaf blower, a stiff brush or a plastic rake. Additionally, regularly trimming back hedges and over hanging trees will limit the amount of leaves falling onto the lawn.

2. Regular maintenance in the form of a weed killer twice a year to the whole area is paramount to further reduce a risk of airborne weed growth. If any weeds do grow, these are easily removed.

3. Artificial grass is mostly self-cleaning. However, if the grass needs cleaning, you can hose down the area with a light detergent and a stiff or mechanical brush.

4. To eradicate dog urine odours and mess, use a specialist artificial grass cleaner such as PoopClenz and PeeClenz.

5. For extra cleaning, protecting and sanitising astro turf and artificial grass use Block Blitz – with a few applications it will return your artificial grass back to its original appearance.

Please be aware that mirrors, mirrored walls, shiny surfaces and other reflective surfaces, plus other heat sources such as barbeques and hedge cutters (laid onto the surface) can burn the surface and are not recommended to be used where artificial grass is laid, as any damage caused by such items will not be covered by our warranty.

As you would expect, garden furniture can be used on the lawn but we recommend regularly moving the position of the furniture to allow the grass pile below to recover.