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Hydrochill is to be reapplied every two years. How is it applied in the first place? How is it reapplied? Does it go directly on top of the synthetic grass? When hydrated, is it wet? Can children play on it and not get their clothes wet? Is it subject to developing mold or bacteria?
You would apply Hydrochill like you would any other infill with a seeder. You would use the same tool to reapply as needed. Hydrochill is not wet when applied. Just like any other infill, you would need to brush they Hydrochill into your turf. You would have to water your turf to activate Hydrochill, and it wouldn't be wet to the touch after the water has been applied. Hydrochill is mold and mildew resistant and does not promote bacterial growth.
Is this pet friendly? Will it hold urine smell in it?
Hydrochill is pet-friendly and will not hold onto urine or the smell.
How does one care for the turf? Rake? Vacuum?
annie Fence
Taking care of our turf products is very easy. Every once in a while a nice brushing with a push broom may be needed to keep the turf blades standing up if they get matted down. To remove leaves and other debris, you can use a leaf blower or vacuum to remove.
Can you add the product to an artificial turf lawn that has already been covered using regular silica infill?
Patrick McKean
You can add Hydrochill to any turf install any time.
What happens if the Hydrochill is not watered every 3-4 days? Does it quit working? For example, during the winter when it is not hot, but there is no snow, does it still have to be watered to maintain its functionality? What if it is watered once a week vs. 3-4 days?
Nothing happens to the Hydrochill if it is not watered every 3-4 days. The 3-4 day watering schedule is a suggestion to get the full benefits of the product. You can still water this out of this timeframe and still get the great benefits of Hydrochill. You will not need to recharge Hydrochill during the winter, at the turf will already be cool. The timeframe is really during the summer and during times when rain is not falling. Rainwater will help recharge this as well. Same with snow. You can water Hydrochill as often as you like and it will still keep your turf cooler in direct sunlight compared to other types of infill.
When you re-apply the Hydrochill every two years, do you need to remove the previously applied Hydrychill? If so, how would this be done (e.g., vacuuming?)? What are the possible side effects of the UV coating breaking down (e.g., does the Hydrochill breakdown into smaller particles and/or different chemical compounds?)?
You do not have to remove the previously applied Hydrochill. We only recommend re-filling certain areas on your turf that may have lost some infill due to foot traffic or because of any other activity, every two years. The UV coat will not breakdown, all you need to do is, re-apply infill to areas where you see it's less.
I live in Portland, OR. How will the continuously wet winters effect the Hydrochill? Will it become ineffective after being wet for so long?
Cindy Carter
Hydrochill utilizes moisture to keep your turf cool, so rains will only help it. In most of the country, you can expect 3-4 years before the lawn would need to be treated again with infill.
Hydro Chill : is it California complaint?
We do sell this infill to customers in California.
My lawn was installed about 6 years ago with normal sand. If I go with Hydrochill infill now on top of my existing infill how much do I use per sq ft? I'm guessing the 1.5lb per sq ft is for new installs. I dont want to end up with to much infill. thanks!
Josh Jones
Ideally, turf infill is reapplied every 5-6 years. In your case, the sand may have already sunken down so you may have to do a fresh infill install. If not, you may also simply refill the areas that need the infill the most.
Do you need to add sand to the Hydrochill?
William Henry
No, Hydrochill can be used as in, you do not have to add sand to it.
I just had artificial turf put down but they used some other type of infill. Can I put down Hydrochill now also? Or is that too much infill? I'm in Florida and the temp of the turf in the sun is about 165-170 degrees - way too hot for my pups. I'm having to water it everyday before they go outside.
You may still add Hydrochill to your turf, depending on how much space there is for it. One good idea would be to check your turf to see if the current infill was filled up to the top or if there is still room for more infill. Adding a thin layer of Hydrochill should work.
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