The vast majority of the padel courts we play on are artificial turf, but did you know that there are different types of turf? We explain in this post the difference between fibrillated and monofilament grass.
Fibrillated grass: it is a fiber with a flat strip that receives small longitudinal cuts in its manufacture.
By having fibers that are finer than those of monofilament, fibrillated grass has less durability, wearing out faster. In this type of lawn, compaction can be created more likely if periodic maintenance is not carried out.
Monofilament grass: it is a thread consisting of a series of continuous filaments. They are created with independent stitches, therefore, they do not fray or change shape. It is newer and does not give compaction problems such as fibrillated grass.
The biggest advantage of this type of lawn is its durability. As for maintenance, you need to redistribute the sand periodically so that it is looser and the ball boat is homogeneous. If you are thinking about changing the lawn of your paddle tennis court do not hesitate to ask us, we will advise you on the lawn that best suits your needs.
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