Your Artificial Turf and Dog Urine

You know the (ahem) offensive smell that sticks in your nose when you’re at a dog park on a sunny day? That, my friends, is the result of urine. Unfortunately, dogs can’t help the smell, they’re dogs for goodness sake.

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When dog urine comes into contact with artificial turf, the natural occurring microbes begin to break down the urine into three parts- two parts ammonia, one part carbon dioxide. Those three little components- those are the culprit of that smell.

Envirofill®, which is infused with Microban® Antimicrobial Technology helps to reduce the creation of ammonia by fighting against odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew. This means, Envirofill will help lawns not have that offensive smell that sticks in your nose! This is great news, people. This is a game changer.

Microban® with Antimicrobial technology reduces ammonia odor that’s caused by the breakdown of ammonia by up to 99%. Every household with a dog, every dog park, even homes with potty training toddlers- will benefit.  The urine smell does not have to be a part of an artificial lawn system. It’s a choice.

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Written by Brad Borgman - Director of Sales

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