Green Lawnger is a fast, econonmical way to restore the natural green color to turf during dormant periods. Green Lawnger is a lawn paint and turf paint with permanent green pigment, not a dye, which contains no hazardous chemicals, heavy metals, or other inert ingredients harmful to turf. It will not wash off or wear off turf after it has been applied. Apply it in the fall and dormant turf will stay green all winter. Color will last 10-14 weeks or until mowing removes the colored grass. Easily applied with many types of sprayers, adds a healthy, natural look to off-colored warm and cool season turf grasses. Green Lawnger may also be pre-applied to divot mix sand, giving the mix a natural green color.
Received order in a very timely manner, exceptionally packaged. Followed directions on back of bottle, did a little research online, watched a few Youtube videos to see how others approached it.
Overall A+, highly recommend this product. It will turn your ugly brown turf into lush golf course green, making your neighbors think that you must be watering early in the morning everyday when everyone is still sleeping.
If you have a small area, 1 - 2 gal. pump sprayer will be fine, for medium to large lawn's, it's better and time saving to use a 4 gal. backpack sprayer.
I used this product on a 1.5:15 ratio, but do some testing to see what color you want.
I purchased this for spotting areas that I accidentally killed out. Used in a strong mix it was OK. But for doing large areas you will need a lot of this product. You should plan to use it a maximum strength.
I wasn't too impressed by the evenness of the coverage but I suspect that with a brand new pump sprayer capable of producing a very fine spray it would be better. Frankly I believe that this would be better suited to an airless paint sprayer. An airless would give better atomization of the mix with better pressure behind it. I would recommend this for small spots but not for a whole lawn.
I had multiple dead spots from my German Shepard's urine in the lawn plus some areas where I over did it with the weed killer. This effectively filled those areas in. I can tell where I sprayed it but if you aren't looking for it you wouldn't know it was grass paint. The yard looks significantly better and I will reorder when I run out.
Took a while to get due apparently to a shipping err. however finally arrived and used it. The summer water at my mothers home is not a secoundary water and quite expensive. She left to stay the summer with my sister in california and family to take care of yard. While the family members seem to be very busy and her sprinkler system went out. It grass isn''t watered and upkept the law in her area qualifies for a ticket. By putting the Gree Lawnger turf paint has helped extremly without having to water and grass will grow back when needed someday. As for now that was one of the many projects neede to be taken care of quickly and time saving for both family event etc. Thanks.
Yes, Green Lawnger Turf Paint should be mixed with water. Typically a 1:7 colorant to water ratio is recommended on dormant turf, and a 1:15 ratio on other turf. The area covered will vary with the rate of Green Lawnger colorant used, type and condition of grass being treated, and turf color desired. Therefore, we recommend you read over the Product Label for complete mixing instructions and pro tips.
An area of lawn is pretty sparse - turf and dirt. Will Green Lawnger Turf Paint color the turf and dirt?
If not, any suggestions on what to sprinkle over the dirt that will hold the color of Green L T P? Thank you!
Green Lawnger Turf Paint is used to restore the natural green color to dormant turf and will not be effective in coloring dirt. We are not aware of a product that can be used to color dirt. You could use sand over the bare areas and then spray the Green Lawnger as it is labeled for divot sand on golf courses and might work for situation.
Can I paint a synthetic lawn with Green Lawnger Turf Paint?
We do not recommend using Green Lawnger on synthetic turf since it is really designed to be used on natural dormant turf. You may consider contacting the manufacturer of the type of synthetic turf you have for their recommendations for appropriate paint/colorant to use on that kind of product.