Scorched

We had the grass cut quite short for a BBQ and the kids were amusin
themselves blowing bubbles with soapy water.......on a area of th grass.
Few days go by, the weather is warm and I assume the scorch marks ar the grass drying out (I forgot they had been playing there), until hosed it and had a lovely bubble bath.
I watered it a lot and brushed as much soap off the grass, but it stil looks in a pretty poor state.
Is it likely to come back by keeping watering, or is something mor drastic required
-- moby
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Keep watering. It'll be back. You can actually water gardens with "grey water", the runoff from washing dishes or clothes, but the concentration of soap is obviously much lower. The stuff the kids were using was more concentrated.
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