There are plenty of ways to minimise the odours coming out of your artificial grass.
We recommend cleaning up after your dog or cat on a regular basis and regularly rinsing your lawn with a garden hose.
The main problem with this type of smell is that animal urine generally consists of particles that most cleaning products won’t be able to breakdown. Unfortunately, it’s these particles that release the unpleasant odours.
First off, it’s important that any option you go with doesn’t contain harsh or hazardous ingredients. Not only can this damage your artificial lawn, but they can also transfer onto your pet’s paws and cause irritation. Luckily, there are several tried and tested methods of getting unpleasant smells out of artificial lawn.
Find more tips on how to keep your artificial lawn smelling great.