Answered Oct 24, 2018 11:05 AM
The cheapest types of infill are silica sand and green sand. You can use eco-friendly Super-Fill sand coated with Arch Biocide known for its antimicrobial properties. Zeolite organic infill controls odors and is ideal for pet areas. TCool infill helps to keep the turf temperature down 50% on hot, sunny days; it also adds the benefit of the anti-microbial addictive, BacShield.
That many? Hard to choose from I guess.
To me, all of them are the same, just marketing for all those confusing different types.
I will just go with the regular sand. My neighbor used just that, very cheap, and their lawn looks just fine.
I think my installer used green colored sand for my turf install.
I prefer the zeolite infill as it is eliminate the pet odor and also serve the purpose of infill.
I think the antimicrobial coating make sounds good, but expensive though.
For dogs, I think most people will recommend the zeolite.
I heard the zeolite is one of the best infill options.
One type of fake grass infill is Silica Sand, It's the cheapest infill I guess.
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