Useful Static Grass Applicator Tools To Use To Make Better Scenery

The StaticGrassKing series of static grass applicators are versatile pieces of equipment that allow you to do many things in many ways when using static grass.

This page shows you some special DIY static grass applicator  tools and how you can use them to improve your scenery.

You may double check the various types of static grass applicators with which you use these tools.  Click to review.

You can use them to make everything from simple basic scenery to ultra realistic scenes.  They are easy to make and easy to use. We show you how to use them in our video tutorials. See Static Grass Tips And Hints,

static grass applicator dispenser
Vegetable Strainer Grass Dispenser

The basic tool for covering large areas is a vegetable strainer. The mesh can be fairly coarse and you can load it with a good amount of grass. When making meadows, there is plenty of room to add a significant load of grasses of different sizes and colors.

It is very useful when you want to add grass in an area with low overhead clearance. So you can now add grass to places that were impossible to reach with a shaker style grass applicator.

 

 

 

static grass applicator shaker dispenser
Jar added to vegetable strainer grass dispenser to make shaker dispenser

You may wish to use a shaker for fast, large area coverage.  So just put your grass in a jar and invert it in the vegetable strainer.  You can hold the jar in place with your fingers without getting a shock.

When you finish with that grass, turn the strainer over and tap the grass into the jar. Cover and label the jar for convenient use of that grass some other time.

 

 

 

 

mason jar static grass applicator

Mason jars make great shakers. Make one screen top. Keep your various grasses in other small covered jars.  Then just move the screen top from jar to jar to change the grass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tea strainer static grass applicator grass dispenser
Tea strainer static grass dispenser

A tea strainer is the grass dispenser of choice for finer work. Use it simply as a dispenser or as a grooming tool.

There are instances where your grass for one reason or another may not be standing the way you want.  That often happens along fences and other borders. Turning the tool on its side to use the concentrated static field in the rim of the strainer moves the grass nicely.

And when adding grass to ditches, streams and other narrow areas, adding it with you fingers gives you the ultimate control.  Then groom the grass with the strainer on its side.  Watch that done in this video.

 

Pan used as diy flock box
Pan used as diy flock box

If you need a flock box, just use an inverted pan or sheet of metal which you connect in place of the grass dispenser. It’s simple, effective and no cost.

 

 

 

 

 

Wire tree grass applicator
For wire trees, adding flock and special use grass application

With that flock box you might want to use this special holding tool.  It is nothing more that an alligator clip on the end of a wire mounted on a wood dowel.

Add a piece of metal screen to make tufts.  This video shows how to do that.

Add a spoon or small piece of flat metal to create a concentrated static field for grooming your grass or trees.

Use it to add fine branches  to plastic and wire trees.   Watch that done here.

When all is said and done, just use your creativity and experiment.

 

You can use them to make everything from simple basic scenery to ultra realistic scenes.  They are easy to make and easy to use. We show you how to use them in our video tutorials. See Static Grass Tips And Hints,

 

 

 

 


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