human-size grass chess board

Item No.: SK005
Human-size grass chess boards are made with black and white artificial grass. Natural, elegant, special taste and more fun
Description
Description

1. General Information
 Chess is a popular game worldwide. It is played on a chessboard with 64 squares in an 8X8 grid. It is very popular in China, Russia, Azerbaijan, America, India, Ukraine and many other countries.
 
Giant chess is a part of the whole game. The rules are the same. But you can enjoy different experiences. Firstly, they are really very interesting toys to children. Boys and girls are very excited to see the big toys go here and there, moving and being removed. Secondly, players have to move the chess with their hands and even legs. It becomes not only a mental but also a physical game. If a glass of wine is also involved, it's really fantastic.
 
There are many different types of materials for outdoor chess boards, like plastic, nylon, foam, vinyl, or even teak. They are all good ones. Most of them are very large. They can be called human-size chess boards. If you try artificial grass ones, it will be totally different. The grass chess board has 64 grids, including 32 black and 32 white. All of the grids are made of artificial grass. They look like and feel like natural grass. Soft, durable, narrow yarn, and low maintenance. This lawn chess board will bring you more fun and different taste. Enjoy it!
 
2. Technical Specification

Technical Specification of human-size Chessboard
No. Material Square Length Width Chess Weight Package Size
1 PE&PP 12" 8' 8' 24",36",48" 42 lbs 100" X 8 1/4" X 8 1/4" X 1 roll
2 PE&PP 18" 12' 12' 24",36",48" 94 lbs 75" X 10" X 10" X 2 rolls
3 PE&PP 21" 14' 14' 36",48",72" 128 lbs 87" X 12" X 12" X 2 rolls
4 PE&PP 24" 16' 16' 36",48",72" 167 lbs 100" X 13" X 13" X 2 rolls

 
 3. Strong points
· water-free
· low maintenance
· outdoor use allowed
· medium traffic allowed
· pet and children friendly
· hot or cold environment allowed
· lay-and-play allowed, but installation preferred.
 
4. How to use it?
Surely you can open the chess grass roll and use it directly. But maybe someone wants to install it in some certain place, like in backyards, hotels or parks. Then how to install a grass chess board? If an artificial grass installer is invited to be involved, it will be much easier. Call and leave it to them. They know how to do it. But if you want to make a DIY project, please follow the below instructions.
 

1) Make the ground flat and firm.

2) Lay weed control fabric (earth base).

3) Lay the grass chess board.

4) Connect the two rolls with joint tape, if necessary.

5) Fix the board into the ground with nails (earth base) or glue (concrete base).

6) Silicon sand infilling if you want.

7) Prepare a glass of wine and enjoy your artificial grass human-size chess board.

5. Optional Colours
Besides black and white colours, you can also have colourful ones, like purple, red, blue, orange or others. And light/dark green ones are also available.
  

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