olypropylene is the least expensive and also the least durable of the three types of artificial grass. Although the price may be appealing if a homeowner is out looking for a bargain, it may not be the best choice if durability and resiliency are needed. Because of its finer texture, polypropylene will wear out much quicker and with far less activity than sturdier forms of turf. It also has a lower melting point. This means that if it is installed in areas where high heat is common, prolonged exposure can lead to disfiguration making the blades look misshapen and unnatural. It provides a soft roll and many golfers will use it for their home putting greens. Since the blades and mesh backing are made of a lighter weight, more pliable material, this type of turf is ideal for indoor use as carpet or decorative material.