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Does artificial grass get slippery in the cold mornings?

| May 18, 2020 10:17 AM

My lawn sometimes will have a coat of thin ice over it in the mornings when it is very cold, making it slippery to walk on. Will this happen with artificial turf as well?

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Yes, like any surfaces with frost or thin layer of ice, artificial grass can be slippery in such conditions. You need to be very cautious waking on the turf surface in such conditions. Artificial grass is essentially a plastic product and it gets a bit harder in cold conditions, with ice on it, you simply won’t be able to avoid the slippery situation. Please feel free to contact us for any further questions or concerns via phone, email or this online form:

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