Lady fixes dog urine damage on lawn with one simple trick

Everyone wants to keep up with the Joneses. They're the ones with the white picket fence that pops against their perfectly green, lush, and beautiful lawn. Now, achieving that same golf course worthy lawn is within your reach cheaply, and easily.
But first, you need to understand what the problem is with your lawn before you fix it. Because while terribly large and brown urine stains from the neighbor's dogs look just as bad as scattered and dry thatching - the problems are quite different.
So check out the list below to figure out how to best treat, care, and recuperate your lawn.
1. How to fix lawn damage caused by dog urine
Time With Thea explains that using rocks over your dry, brown patches of grass can help neutralize and balance out the soil from the acidity of urine.
It may sound crazy, but it's true. In combination with soil, grass seed, and one other special water-retaining ingredient, Thea was able to fully restore green grass to this area.
It's important to note, this isn't a one-step solution. Instead, it took some time and patience, but the end result is incredible - you'd never even know the grass was damaged in the first place!
2. Revive lawn with dethatching
Almost everyone has experienced a patchy, brown lawn at some point. But many don't know the term for it is 'thatched.' Shell Zone explains that thatching occurs when air and water can't reach the grass's roots, causing this patchy brownness.
First, you're going to need to put in some elbow grease turning the lawn with a motorized rake, and then removing all the dead stuff. After that, it's about getting the perfect combination of soil and seed to create a fresh, green lawn.
3. And while you're at it, kill those weeds once and for all
Now your lawn is perfectly new, green, and lush. So, it's time to eliminate all those pesky weeds infiltrating your new creation. The thing is, there's no need to pay for such strong, and sometimes dangerous chemicals to kill those unwanted weeds.
So, Chemistry Cachet has come up with the perfect combination of household ingredients that are going to kill your weeds once and for all. You've got to check it out - it's so easy and cheap you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner.
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