FAQ: Will my artificial lawn get hot in summer?

During summer, there’s a chance the artificial lawn may become hot to the touch if exposed to the sun for extended periods of time.

Will my artificial lawn get hot in summer? Artificial Lawn FAQ by Australian Outdoor Living

If your lawn is uncomfortable to touch, we recommend wearing shoes, using a picnic blanket or sitting on a chair outside.

A quick spray of the hose will do wonders as well!

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