Posts tagged with «mold and mildew stains»

Conserve Water with Wet and Forget

Something you may not know about Wet & Forget, the ultimate outdoor moss, mold, mildew and algae cleaner, is that it’s non-caustic and non-corrosive due to its neutral pH of 8. In this way, Wet & Forget does its job while being gentle on the surrounding environment. But there’s another way Wet & Forget contributes to a healthier planet, and that’s through water conservation. Wet & Forget significantly reduces water consumption compared to traditional methods […]

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Zap these 5 Ugly Stains the Easy Way with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

Natural growths like moss and algae are fine out in the forest, but when moss, algae, lichen, mold or mildew invade your porch, deck, roof or driveway, it’s not so nice. These growths are not only eyesores, either–algae and mold and mildew can make surfaces dangerously slippery, and moss and lichen can do permanent damage to your property if left unchecked. Read on to see how Wet & Forget Outdoor eliminates 5 types of ugly […]

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With Wet & Forget Shower, Say Goodbye to Grime and Hello to Gorgeous!

Your shower is where you get some of you best alone time, as you clear your head and wash away the day’s worries. But your “me” time isn’t so relaxing when you’re stuck looking at disgusting grime, soap scum, and mold and mildew stains. Until now, your choices for cleaning up the mess were traditional scrub-intensive shower cleaners that left you frazzled and frustrated, or bleachy-smelling no-scrub shower cleaners that required you to spray your […]

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Grout Cleaning Just Got Easy! Wet & Forget Shower = No More Scrubbing

Few things are a bigger pain in the neck than cleaning grout. Crawling around in your shower with a bottle of shower cleaner and an old toothbrush and scrubbing inside each little crevice is enough to make you wish people still bathed in the river. And putting the job off, while tempting, just allows soap scum and grime to build up even more, making your work even harder. Break free from this bathroom drudgery! Wet […]

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Get Your Deck Ready for Summer Fun with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

The summer season is finally kicking off, which means that we’re venturing outdoors, planting and weeding, and getting all of our outdoor gear ready for summer. But as you set up the deck furniture, you might notice that your deck has fallen victim to slimy algae, mold and mildew, ugly lichen, or damaging moss. Don’t let these disgusting growths damage your investment in your deck, or get in the way of your summer fun. Wet […]

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4 Reasons Wet & Forget Outdoor is the Perfect Vinyl Siding Cleaner

Vinyl siding protects and beautifies your home, but it can fall victim to ugly growths such as moss, algae, lichen, mold and mildew. Cleaning your siding can be a real pain when it means struggling with a pressure washer, or trying to bleach the algae without bleaching your clothes or killing the lawn. But keeping your siding beautiful doesn’t have to be difficult! Cleaning vinyl siding is a snap with Wet & Forget Outdoor. Just […]

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Sensitive to Smells? Try Wet & Forget Shower’s Subtle Scent!

If you suffer from smell sensitivity, cleaning your home can become an ordeal. Many bathroom cleaners, in particular, have very intense chemical odors that are very unpleasant to deal with, and can even leave some people not feeling well. But a clean shower doesn’t have to come with a strong, acrid smell. Wet & Forget Shower’s subtle vanilla essence scent is gentle on your nose while our cleanser blasts away soap scum, grime, oils, and […]

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3 Ways Wet & Forget Shower’s Gentle Strength Beats Other Cleaners

You’ve probably seen ads for daily shower sprays that promise to free you from scrubbing. The problem is that many of these no-scrub shower cleaners contain harsh chemicals such as bleach or ammonia. Not only do these caustic chemicals smell horrible and sting your eyes and nose while you’re using them–some shower sprays are caustic enough to bleach your rugs or shower curtains, or even destroy your tub’s fixtures. The photo you see here shows […]

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Watch us on NBC’s Today Show this Friday!

We hope you saw Lou Manfredini of HouseSmarts TV’s “Ask Lou” program talking about Wet & Forget on NBC’s Today Friday morning! Lou told Hoda and Kathie Lee about how gentle our products are, while still getting the job done. While you’re at your computer, take the opportunity to check out our convenient online store and stock up on Wet & Forget Outdoor and Wet & Forget Shower, or use our easy store locator to […]

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4 Reasons to Start the New Year with Wet & Forget Shower

Chances are, you’ve made a couple of New Year’s resolutions this year. Maybe you plan to go to the gym more often, quit smoking, or spend more time with your loved ones. We here at Wet & Forget have the perfect addition for your list of things to do in 2013: get the clean shower your family deserves, while spending less time, money and effort getting there. You’ve got much more important things to do, […]

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3 Reasons to Make Wet & Forget Part of Your Online Holiday Shopping

The time has arrived for online holiday shopping, and we’ll all be taking the chance to score some bargains without having to deal with traffic, crowds or cold weather. But while you’re clicking the keys looking for the perfect gifts for your loved ones, don’t forget to pamper yourself a little! Wet & Forget Outdoor and Wet & Forget Shower are both available in our easy-to-use online store, and both are perfect ways to save yourself […]

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Pamper Your Nose with Wet & Forget Shower’s Vanilla Breeze

It used to be that people didn’t feel like the shower was clean until the bathroom was filled with a stinging cloud of chemical fumes. Even today, many daily scrub-free shower sprays contain enough bleach to leave your bathroom smelling like the public pool. But you don’t have to punish your nose to get the clean shower you and your family deserve. Wet & Forget Shower weekly scrub-free shower spray gets its cleaning power through […]

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