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Clay courts are not as complicated as many paint them to be.
All Weather Clay
If you are already fortunate enough to own or play on one of our courts, this section is for you. A few simple daily routines will keep your court looking and playing great for years to come. These routines can take as little as 10 minutes a day and involve three things: brushing, watering, and rolling.
- Maintenance is incredibly simple: Brush and water as desired.
- Brushing: Brushing helps redistribute the top dressing material across the court surface. When wet, brushing will help lift more of the loose top dressing out of the fibers and dry the court out. Brushing can be done as needed before or after play.
- Watering: Water will keep the court a rich dark color and will help keep the court cooler but won’t affect play very much. Watering can be done just prior to or even during play as desired.
- Rolling: Courts do not need to be rolled
- Periodic: The addition of material where needed (we recommend keeping the court filled to the top of the membrane to prevent accelerated wear), the elimination of growth around the perimeter of the court, and the clearing of drainage channels.
- Annual: Does not require much in terms of reconditioning. The lines should be inspected and painted or refreshed as necessary. New HydroBlend and/or Coarse Blend should be added as needed. We recommend keeping the court filled to the top of the membrane to prevent accelerated wear.