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by Barry Greenberg January 29, 2021 2 min read
Once we recognize that the "drains" accessible in artificial turf, only allow limited drainage, its obvious that the cause agents of pet odors in artificial turf, need to be eradicated.
Pet urine, in particular, will thicken and solidify on the grass blades and the matting pads, commonly used in artificial grass. This uric salt will actually block the pores, designed to allow seepage and moisture release into the soil. Additionally, pet feces requires regular washing and rinsing to prevent a similar problem. The likelihood of feces causing a blockage in the turf, is actually much greater. No wonder you're seeing gnats flying close to the turf. That's why you have pet odors in your artificial turf. Please recognize that inhibiting the escape of pet waste in turf, not only cause damage that is difficult and costly to repair, but also create health hazards.
Simply rinsing the turf is not adequate. The scale formed from the urine salts, must be removed. Feces and other organic matter, that's congealed, also needs to be eliminated. Pet odors in artificial turf are nasty.
Digest Plus contains the enzymes necessary to breakdown and remove the problem at the source. That's because Digest Plus comprises up to 12 different bacteria spores, necessary to produce the bacteria to accomplish this function. The odor molecules locked into your turf will be gone. The contaminants will be gone. When Digest Plus is finished the result is simply carbon dioxide and water.
So, this is a completely safe procedure to assure odor-free turf.
Safe for your children & your pets!
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