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What do you need?
- Adhesive
- Adhesive spreader
- Tape
- Stanley knife (or similar)
1.  Preparation: clean and flat foundations
In the case of hard foundations such as brick, asphalt, concrete or wood, all waste or other materials should be removed and any existing growth cleared.

Ensure that the surface is stable, porous and strong and place a root-prevention or geo-textile sheet on the ground.
2.  Place and cut to size
Place the artificial grass carpet, following the direction of the fibres. Use a Stanley knife or a carpet knife with a curved point to fit it to size and finish off the ends, sides and edges.
If the ground is covered using several rolls whose seams do not fit perfectly together (for example in a round area), roll it out so that it overlaps by 3 cm and finish it manually.
Ensure that you cut the grass mat from the bottom, right next to the thread loops of the carpet so that the fibres are not damaged.
3.  Fold back the seams
Fold back the sideways seams of the carpet, in preparation for the placing of the seaming tape.
4.  Place the seaming tape
The seams between 2 grass rolls are glued upon a seaming tape. Place the seaming tape straight in the middle of the folded-back seams, with the rough side upwards. It is recommended that the strip is anchored at the start, middle and end, using galvanised nails.
5.  Mix the glue
Mix the two components of the adhesive together using a medium- sized stirrer powered by a drill. You can pour the glue in smaller portions to keep better control over the spreading on the seaming tape.
6.  Glue the seams
Close the seams within 30 to 45 minutes after mixing and applying the adhesive. Make sure not to apply it too thick (200 to 300 grams/metre) and spread it well across the middle of the seaming tape with a serrated glue spatula (or spreader).
7.  Close the seams
Close up the artificial grass with great care, so that the grass fibres do not come in contact with the adhesive.
Finally, press down on the grass mat with your feet or a piece of wood.
8.  Sand infill
To provide extra support for some qualities and a more beautiful end result, you can fill in the artificial grass carpet to below the blade height with 1 cm of quartz sand (80% round silicon sand).
Spread out the sand using a hard brush or a spreader.