I always use baking soda in cleaning. Can I use it in my artificial grass as well?
Answered Mar 12, 2020 8:21 AM
Technically you can, however, using baking soda on large areas of artificial grass might not be your best practical option. I assume that you have an outdoor installation, if so, using garden hose along with an attached bottle filled with vinegar and spray down the smelly areas, and you are set! Using vinegar is probably the most inexpensive way for the dog urine solutions. If your budget permits, you can always choose our Pet Odor Neutralizer, it will not only get rid of the smell, but also give off a fresh grass cut scent which is very pleasant. To find out more on our Pet Odor Neutralizer, please visit this link: https://www.globalsynturf.com/products/pet-odor-neutralizer.
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Wow. I didn't know there is such a thing that can neutralize pet's odor specifically for synthetic grass. I will check that out.
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I have 4 dogs and cleaning their urine took me forever to do. I will definitely buy the odor neutralizer!
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