How to paint a lawn

So you have always wanted to have that lush green lawn without all the hard labor and cost that come with it? You can! It is sooo easy. You will be amazed! The results you can achieve will look natural and come affordably and will change your turf right before your eyes.

Why not learn how to paint your grass or lawn green?

You can attain optimum results affordably and quickly. Endurant Turf Colorant and Endurant Turf Enhancer are not permanent paints but specific colorants made for turfgrass adhesion. Through the application of these colorants you can hide imperfections in your lawn from dog urination, brown spots, weeds and weak areas. You literally are painting your canvas. The color depth is all in your hand and is as deep or light of a green as you like.

It is really an easy process and can save literally hundreds of dollars in water, fertilzer and chemicals. (Hear why these customers came to choose turf paint in general and Endurant Turf Colorant in particular by clicking here.)

Trying to sell a home? This can turn your curb appeal around in minutes with the greenest lawn on the street….LITERALLY IN MINUTES!

Applying Endurant Turf Paint, colorant, pigment dye for grass, landscapes

Endurant applications create instant “wows!” at prices that beat the competition while being environmentally-friendly. So easy to apply. www.turfpaint.net

 

Needed to Paint Your Lawn Green

Endurant Turf Colorant (for lawns that will not be mowed or that are dormant) OR Endurant TE (for lawns that are actively growing)

Backpack sprayer, pump up sprayer or lawn sprayer

A hose with running water

Lawn that has been cut within the last 48 hours or dormant grass

Here Are the Steps for Painting Your Lawn Green

Step #1. Buy Enough Endurant Turf Colorant or Endurant TE

Endurant Turf Colorant is actually an organic pigment which is perfectly safe for your lawn, as well as for pets or kids who might like to play on the painted lawn. Grass paint is sprayed much like lawn feed and is sold in containers that describe the size of the yard they will cover. Measure your lawn’s width and length and multiply the numbers to know it’s square foot. Buy extra grass paint so you can paint your lawn green again after mowing.

Step #2. Choose the Right Weather

Grass paint needs two hours to dry without rain or dew. Before you paint the lawn make sure it’s perfectly dry and that no rain is forecast for the next few hours. Nothing’s more annoying than finishing painting your lawn with grass paint only to watch the paint get washed off by a chance shower.

Step #3. Prepare the Grass Paint

Every grass paint is a little different, so follow the diluting instructions that come with the bottle. Grass dye works with water but over diluting will make the dye too thin. To paint your lawn a perfect green follow the diluting measurements that come with the Endurant exactly. And be sure to buy green grass paint in the shade you like most, as there is a range to choose from. Don’t try to alter the color by over or under diluting.

Step #4. Paint Your Lawn Green

It’s really fun to watch your dry, patchy lawn turning a perfect green. Spray the grass paint in straight horizontal lines from corner to corner. Always work backwards so you don’t end up stepping on lawn you just painted before the green grass paint dries fully (after 2 hours).

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