Artificial Grass Removal


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evergreensuk

To answer some question on removal of artificial grass which has been
fixed to concrete. The usual method on large areas is to use an
automated floor surface removal tool that is available from some tool
hire shops but can be difficult to find or be very expensive, the
method we use on small areas is to sharpen the edge of a spade and
scrape this along the floor removing the grass. If the artificial
grass is thin this should lift easily and you will find the black
latex backing will stay on the floor but the grass will lift, this
residue can be removed by going over the area a few times with the
spade. Note: if the grass is sand filled this may require more effort
and when you have lifted some cut it off from the back of the grass.
More information can be found on our web site http://www.evergreensuk.com
 
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DerbyDad03

To answer some question on removal of artificial grass which has been
fixed to concrete. The usual method on large areas is to use an
automated floor surface removal tool that is available from some tool
hire shops but can be difficult to find or be very expensive, the
method we use on small areas is to sharpen the edge of a spade and
scrape this along the floor removing the grass. If the artificial
grass is thin this should lift easily and you will find the black
latex backing will stay on the floor but the grass will lift, this
residue can be removed by going over the area a few times with the
spade. Note: if the grass is sand filled this may require more effort
and when you have lifted some cut it off from the back of the grass.
More information can be found on our web sitehttp://www.evergreensuk.com
Thanks for the suggestion, but when I need to remove artificial grass
I always hire a bunch of artificial migrant workers, provide them with
artificial sod cutters and turn them loose. Of course, being the
benevolent employer that I am, I also provide an artificial lunch and
pay them with artificial cash.
 
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BobR

DerbyDad03 said:
Thanks for the suggestion, but when I need to remove artificial grass
I always hire a bunch of artificial migrant workers, provide them with
artificial sod cutters and turn them loose. Of course, being the
benevolent employer that I am, I also provide an artificial lunch and
pay them with artificial cash.
And....you end up with an artificial job.
 
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DerbyDad03

re: BTW, "artificial" means that one or more people did it. It has
nothing to do with real or not.

Please explain that statement.

Roget's New Millennium(tm) Thesaurus
Main Entry: artificial
Part of Speech: adjective 1
Definition: imitation
Synonyms: bogus, counterfeit, ersatz, fabricated, factitious, faked,
false, falsie*, hyped up*, man-made, manufactured, mock, phony*,
plastic, queer, sham, simulated, specious, spurious, substitute,
synthetic, unnatural, unreal
Antonyms: natural, organic, authentic, genuine, real
Source: Roget's New Millennium(tm) Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright (c) 2008 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
* = informal or slang
 
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