Green stains: tips from granny
Does this sound familiar? Your kids are wearing their brand new clothes or something straight from the washer. You’re ready to go to a party, but first your kids can play outside as long as they’ll be careful…
Before you know it, they’re back. Looking all sad.
They slipped and fell on the grass. Nothing serious, they’re not hurt. But then you see the green spots on the knees.
Of course, you understand. They’re young and you feel they should be able to play outside. But that doesn’t mean this isn’t rather annoying.
Don’t you agree?
The most frustrating thing is that those grass stains are hard to remove. And we mean extremely hard. Even granny wouldn’t know what to do about them.
With an artificial lawn there’s no risk of grass stains on the knees anymore. Your kids can wear their new outfits and you can let them can still play on the lawn, make slides, romp around or annoy the dog. Afterwards, your kids will still be able to go that party stain free!
Had artificial grass already been invented back in her days, surely granny would have known just how to handle grass stains: She would have said “Your own fault”. “You should have had artificial grass…”