The excellent elasticity and traction of artificial grass make it an ideal material for kindergarten decoration. It is recognized by many world-class athletes as one of the best ground materials for reducing foot and knee injuries. It is widely used in football fields and tennis courts, hockey pitches, runways, golf courses and other sports venues. Therefore, more and more kindergartens use artificial turf.
The development history of artificial turf for kindergarten has been more than 20 years. The type and technology of products are also mature. Of course, artificial grass will face renewal after it has reached the service life. As the saying goes, repair is more difficult than new sites. What problems and precautions will be encountered during the renovation of a site? Here’s a detailed answer for everyone:
- Renewal means dismantling old ones and replacing them with new ones. The first step is to dismantle. This is the key link. The first thing to pay attention to in the dismantling process is not to damage the original foundation. The foundation is usually cement, asphalt, or other gray earth cushions. During the installation process, the artificial lawn is glued to the ground or seams, and non-woven fabrics. In the process of dismantling, we must remove the lawn and the joint layer, and do not plunge the foundations.
- Attention should be paid to the removal of old artificial turf. These old materials must not be used. After many years of use, these old materials have long lost their inherent properties, and they are heavily polluted with dust and other dirt.
- Before installing a new artificial turf, we must clean the site. It is advisable to flush it with water, clean the dust on the surface of the site, and then start installation.