Restore Freshness to Your Turf with Turf Pong

As we embrace the current season, many artificial grass owners have reached out to us with a common concern: dog urine. This issue has persisted over the past few months, creating an unpleasant challenge.

Understanding the Issue: Dog Urine on Artificial Grass

Dog urine on artificial grass can produce a strong, unpleasant odor, especially as temperatures rise. This smell is caused by the high ammonia content in the urine, which can crystallize at the base of the synthetic grass blades. As the weather warms, the odor becomes more pronounced.

Unlike natural grass, artificial grass cannot photosynthesize. Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use sunlight to create nutrients. However, synthetic grass lacks this capability, preventing the natural breakdown of ammonia from dog urine.

The Effective Solution: Turf Pong

Turf Pong is a specially formulated product designed to address this issue effectively. It contains a blend of bacteria and enzymes that quickly digest ammonia. Additionally, Turf Pong includes a sulfur retardant to reduce odors during decomposition and a patented perfume that neutralizes airborne smells.

Health and Safety Considerations

Inhaling ammonia can irritate the respiratory tract and is considered unhealthy above 5 parts per million (ppm). Extensive tests have shown some backyards reaching levels as high as 17ppm. Therefore, it is essential to treat your artificial grass promptly, especially before the summer heat intensifies.

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