Answered Jan 25 4:12 PM
Yes, you can as long as the moss killer you are using is not abrasive. Artificial grass fibers are non porous and with a super smooth surface, typically moss won’t even grow on the fibers, but they might find ways in between the fibers or within the regular sand infills. If you have moss growing concerns, I will recommend you to use antimicrobial infills so you will not have to worry about even cleaning off the moss as the chances of moss growing on your artificial grass will be dramatically reduced. Here is the link for our antimicrobial infill product:
Again if you will ever have to use moss killers, please make sure to read instructions carefully and avoid moss killing products that is abrasive.
antimicrobial infill works for me rather than using other chemicals since I believe that antimicrobial is built-in for artificial turf.
I didn't know they also sell antimicrobial infills but it's great to know!
Most moss killers contains harsh chemicals which may be bad for our pets and children. I would rather not use that since my kids will play on the artificial grass.
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