What Paint Do You Use to Paint Grass?

Use any of the Endurant Turf Colorants to paint grass. First, choose the color in the Endurant line that you like most. Therefore, you can get best results having used a colorant made for your grass type and species, best matching its natural shade.

Which paint do you use for grass painting? Endurant
Endurant turf colorants are the paints used for painting grass.

The best grass paints are characterized by the quality of the paint and how natural it looks on the grass. Endurant colorants are formulated to look natural and to last longer. Endurant lasts up to 3 months, depending on whether the grass is dormant or actively growing.

Which Endurant Grass Paint Is Best?

Generally, choose Endurant Premium for cool season grasses and bermudagrass. Choose Endurant Perennial Rye for warm season grasses. Endurant Fairway is the colorant of choice for the darkest results on cool season grasses. Get more details on choosing the best colorant in the line for your grass, including learning what your grass type is, here.

Another option, if you only want to spray a small spot, is Green Again Pro. Geoponics makes Green Again Pro using Endurant Turf Colorants. Green Again Pro comes in two shades, Warm Season or Cool Season. The only exception in usage is that Cool Season usually looks best on bermudagrass.

Why Is Endurant the Best?

Furthermore, it's helpful to know that Endurant Turf Colorant is the grass paint chosen by the highest ranked professionals in the field. Endurant is used in professional, televised sports, including PGA Tour golf courses, NFL football fields and international soccer. It is formulated for a natural appearance. Endurant looks the best in real life, to the most critical eyes and under the scrutiny of high definition TV (HDTV). In conclusion, if it's good enough for the Super Bowl, it's good enough for the front lawn.