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How often should I be replacing my T cool infill?

| Sep 9, 2020 12:22 PM

How often should I be replacing my T cool infill?

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You won’t need to replace your T cool infill on a regular basis at all. If you have your artificial grass installed in a situation that it will be easily washed or slipped away, you might need to add some, but you never will need to “replace” it. For most flat installations with regular traffic, you might never need to add more during the whole life time of your turf. Such practice not only apply to T Cool infills, but also to all other type of infills, all to be case by case. You can call (877 796 8873) or email ( us if you have other questions, or fill out this online form to get connected with an expert asap:

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