To paint grass, equip a garden sprayer with a lawn paint and water mixture, and then apply the paint to dry grass on a calm, sunny day. You need one 16-ounce bottle of paint per 300-square-feet area of grass.
- Mask off vulnerable areas
Mask off driveways, fences and other nongrass objects.
- Mow the lawn
Mow the lawn prior to application.
- Mix the paint
Mix the paint with water according to the instructions on the bottle.
- Prepare the sprayer
Add the paint to the garden sprayer, and set the nozzle to a fine mist.
- Test the color
Spray a hidden area to test the color of the paint. If the color is too dark, add more water.
- Spray the lawn
Spray the entire lawn in a circular pattern, refilling the sprayer as necessary.
- Spray a second coat
Wait for the first coat to dry, and then apply a second coat.
- Maintain the grass
Water the grass thoroughly once a week, and reapply the paint in two to three months.