Mould and moss aren’t exactly this seasons must have garden accessories, however, the change in weather conditions sets the perfect temperature for these little garden demons to thrive. As the lovely trees shed their leaves, dampness is trapped under the layers. Mix this with the perfect amount of shade needed for moss and mould to grow and hey presto – we have an issue.
It can grow almost anywhere too, including on your artificial grass. Yes, whilst rare, artificial grass can house moss and mould too. The airborne spores cling to the grass strands and multiply if not treated.
Artificial grass, in certain conditions, can facilitate the growth of moss and mould, though can be treated with a few easy steps:
- Rinse Down
- Apply Artificial Grass Cleaner
- Brush Down
- Rinse Away
This not only treats the issue but can help in preventing its return.