Synthetic grass can take 6 to 8 weeks to settle, so keep an eye on it and, if you see any edges rising or joints coming apart, accept it immediately with adhesive or U-pins. Without the need to water, weed or cut the grass, artificial grass requires little maintenance. In fact, a manufactured lawn is better than natural grass in terms of performance and owner satisfaction after it gets wet due to whimsical sprinklers or rain. It can take days for natural grass to dry long enough for your children or pets to play on it after a heavy rain.
In addition, if someone crosses your natural grass during or after the rain, it is very likely that they will end up dragging mud and blades of wet grass to your house. Even though artificial grass doesn't get muddy or slip, it can show the effects of a rain. Especially after heavy rain, it may take a while for the grass to dry out, but 1 to 2 days of waiting will cause the grass to dry out. Of course, this schedule may change depending on the current weather and the outside temperature.
Rain also falls from natural grass, although it is more absorbed because the soil is healthy. The difference is that beneficial microbes and the thick root system of natural grass filter water as it passes, eliminating harmful bacteria and other contaminants before it reaches the ocean. This doesn't happen when rain passes through synthetic grass.