Posted: 08/07/2016 at 17:52
I think it is a little harsh to condemn somebody's choice of artificial turf without knowing anything about their personal circumstances. Wouldn't be my choice - but I don't have to use a wheelchair, I have time to cut a lawn, I have space to store a lawnmower, I can afford to buy a lawn mower, I like gardening etc etc
To answer the question I would hesitate to use Jeyes fluid anywhere in the garden. It's quite nasty stuff, not great for the environment & will leave your turf smelling like a particularly dodgy public toilet.
I would go with a really good hose down per Fidget's suggestion. If there are any particularly dodgy areas perhaps a scrub with some heavily diluted biological washing powder / liquid or even some carpet cleaner.
Clari is right that the best people to advise are the manufacturers of the turf. Failing that I just would treat it a bit like a carpet.