Posts tagged with «moss remover»

Why Are There Black Streaks on My Roof?

You take pride in your home’s appearance and then one day you notice ugly black streaks or splotches on your roof. Alarmed, you think, what’s that on my roof and where did it come from? Here’s a quick rundown of what it is, what causes it, and how Wet & Forget Outdoor erases those unsightly asphalt shingle stains. What is it? Although it may look like a mold or fungi, these unsightly black streaks or […]

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Wet and Forget Featured in Issue of The Costco Connection

“April showers may bring May flowers, but as every homeowner knows, that water also brings far less welcome gifts, such as mold, moss and mildew.” The above excerpt is the opening paragraph of “Forgetaboutit,” an article in the March 2010 issue of The Costco Connection. Wet & Forget has partnered with Costco. Wet & Forget believes that every sale is the beginning, not the end, of its relationship with its customers. When using Wet & […]

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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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Beat Moss Now with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

Spring finally seems to be on the way after a long, cold winter, and many of us here in the Midwest finally got a peek at our grass again after some spring thunderstorms. But while you’re happy to see some green grass, the melting snow might also reveal some not-so-welcome green stuff: moss. Moss can grow on just about any outdoor surface, from your roof to your driveway, and turn it into a real eyesore. […]

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Stop Moss in its Tracks and Save Your Roof with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

Ugly moss on your roof is much more than just an embarrassing eyesore. Moss can damage your roof’s shingles and even cause them to lift away from your roof’s surface, leaving your home vulnerable to water damage. A damaged roof can cost a bundle to replace, and water damage can be even worse, costing up to tens of thousands of dollars and causing unhealthy mold growth inside your home. Wet & Forget Outdoor annihilates moss […]

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Conquer Concrete Stains Once and for All with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

Concrete is a durable, attractive and long-lasting option for constructing everything from driveways, to patios, to pool surrounds. But when disgusting mold and mildew, green or black algae, lichen or moss invade the areas around your home, your concrete surfaces can turn from assets to expensive eyesores. You don’t need to turn to caustic chemicals or pressure washing to make these ugly stains disappear, though. With Wet & Forget Outdoor, just spray and walk away […]

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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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3 Inexpensive Home Improvement Tips You Can’t Afford to Miss

Want to freshen up your home’s look before hot weather gets here and still have money left over for summer fun? Here are three quick ways to achieve a fresh, new look for three different areas of your home without spending big bucks. 1. Revamp Kitchen Cabinets Painting or refinishing your solid-wood kitchen cabinets and adding new hardware will completely change the look of your cabinets without the huge cost and trouble involved in buying replacement cabinets. […]

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