A: Lawnlift is a superior product in all categories.
Lawnlift: Uses only earth derived pigments that garner us the best color match in the industry.
The Competition: Uses cheap manmade liquid dyes that either look fake, look ok but fade quickly or quickly turn turquoise.
Lawnlift: uses expensive UV protected nontoxic binders to insure the products stays green and last longer.
The Competition: Uses little to no binder insuring a faster fade that you will have to reapply 3-4 times as often.
Lawnlift: Is super concentrated and dilutes 1 part with 10 parts water giving you more bang for the buck.
The Competition: Mixes 1 part with 4 to 6 parts water so overall cost tends to be more.
Lawnlift: Binds to the grass, dries quickly, will not come off with water application and once dry will not rub off on shoes, paws or clothing.
The Completion: Never actually binds to the grass, runs off with water application and rubs off on everything.
Lawnlift: 100% manufactured in the U.S.
The Competition: Manufactured in Mexico, China, Canada or India and rebottled in the U.S.
A: LawnLift contains no hazardous chemicals, heavy metals or other inert ingredients harmful to plant life, turf, humans or pets.
A: Once LawnLift dries, it will not run, rub off on shoes, clothes or pets after it rains or the lawn is watered or the grass is wet with dew.
A: When applied as directed, LawnLift is safe to use around children, but you should take steps to ensure that it is properly stored and kept out of the reach of children just as you would any non edible liquid.
A: LawnLift is dry to the touch in about 10-45 minutes depending on the weather.
A: LawnLift can last between 2 weeks and 6 months depending on a multitude of factors including: weather, new growth, type of grass, mowing, condition of grass, etc. In most cases the product will last 3 months if not longer.
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