You may thought that artificial grass is always green? Not really.

We’ve got a hold on pink, purple, chocolate and grey artificial grasses.

It reminded us Alice in a Wonderland movie when we were looking at these colorful pieces of artificial turf.

Ok. Let’s take a closer look and find what colored artificial grass can be used for.

  1. Density

Colored grasses are 28oz dense, which is significantly lower than most green artificial grasses.

  1. Blades

Blades of colored glasses are short and thin, with minimum amount of filler. Yet they stay up with confidence due to light weight and relatively thick backing. V shape technology of blades provide depth to texture when looking at them from variety of angles.

  1. Cushion

Colored artificial grass is not the most cushy. It can be compared to stepping on a sweater, while 60oz  green artificial grass makes it fill like stepping on a thick cover.

  1. Softness

Colored artificial grass blades are thin and soft. They are so light that standing up without infill is not a problem.

Colored synthetic turf is definitely not the most cushy, compared to popular green versions of artificial grass. So, if you decide to use it for playground, we would suggest to put padding layer underneath the grass. Color artificial grasses are very easy to clean and brush. The grass is short enough to clean with a vacuum cleaner. If you are planning to use the grass on a deck or patio, it may be a very good fit. With no infill, you can easily clean this grass with a rotating brush and pull up blades as often as needed.

Pros

  • Provides unique look.
  • Can beat traffic without sand infill.

Cons

  • Not cushy enough for a playground.
  • Can be hot under direct sun.

Use

  • Can be used to cover areas for aesthetic purposes.
  • Great alternative for decks and floors, where vacuum cleaning is required.