Mould on Synthetic Grass Tennis Courts

In the past, synthetic grass tennis courts weren’t all that common. Today many people choose synthetic grass for their tennis courts for reasons of aesthetics, convenience, cleanliness, and low maintenance.


Regular maintenance and prompt treatment of mould or any stain will help to preserve the life and look of your synthetic tennis court.

Treating Mould on Synthetic Grass Tennis Courts:

Some of our customers have successfully used Oil of Cloves Outdoor Surfaces Mould Cleaner to treat their tennis courts, however, we have not tested this ourselves. As always we recommend proceeding with caution.

Oil of Cloves External Painted Surfaces arrives in a 2L container and dilutes to 20L of solution. We believe that 20L should be sufficient to cover one tennis court.

Follow these steps to clean mould from your tennis court:

Spot Test First: Always do a spot test on an inconspicuous area and leave for 24 hours overnight before treating the entire surface.

Apply Solution: Using a mop or soft-bristled brush apply the diluted solution of Oil of Cloves External Painted Surfaces.

Wait: Leave overnight or until dry.

Rinse: Using a high-pressure hose to remove mould particles and any product residue.

For recurring mould: When mould is a recurring issue, the External Painted Surfaces solution can be applied (as above) every 6 months as prevention.

Weekly and daily maintenance of your synthetic grass tennis court will keep it looking great and in top condition.

To read more about maintenance tips for keeping your synthetic grass tennis court in its best condition see our post on 8 Practical Tips for Artificial Turf.



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