Urine odor removal artificial grass
It is not a problem if your dog or cat has urinated on the artificial grass. The smell of urine in artificial grass can be very overpowering and annoying. Fortunately, the smell of cat or dog urine is easy to remove.
How do you remove urine smell from artificial grass?
It is important to rinse the spot where your dog or cat has urinated with plenty of water. Keep in mind that the artificial grass is often rinsed clean, but the urine (odor) can penetrate into the substrate. To get rid of the smell for good, it is therefore important to rinse the area with plenty of water so that both the artificial grass and the substrate are rinsed clean.
Tip from the Royal Grass® expert: to neutralize the smell, it is best to dilute natural vinegar with lukewarm water and rinse the area with it.
Does the artificial grass continue to smell like urine?
Doesn’t rinsing it well with water help and does the artificial grass continue to smell like urine? Then try the tip of our Royal Grass® expert: dilute natural vinegar with lukewarm water and rinse your lawn clean with it. If that doesn’t help enough, there are also various biodegradable cleaning products available to remove the urine smell from the garden. For more information about which cleaning agent to use, it is best to contact your nearest dealer.
Artificial grass and pets
Many people are afraid that artificial grass is not suitable for dogs, cats or other pets. However, artificial grass from Royal Grass® is resilient and has also been tested according to the NEN EN-71-3 standard and found to be 100% safe. This standard is used to guarantee the safety of toys. Because Royal Grass® artificial grass is guaranteed to be safe and therefore NEN EN-71-3, licking or sniffing the artificial grass does not pose a risk to the health of your four-legged friend.