Moss Removal From Concrete, Driveways And Walkways
The video below demonstrates a natural and eco-friendly technique for moss removal from concrete, driveways and other walkways around your home.
Moss can be killed, and then easily removed, using washing soda, also known as soda crystals or sodium carbonate.
This is a naturally occurring substance which is highly alkaline in nature, meaning it will help kill the moss which has begun to grow into your concrete.
The video has really bad sound quality for some reason, but demonstrates the simple technique.
Basically, you sprinkle the washing soda onto the flat surface and wet it with either a hose or watering can, and then let it sit for several days. This gives the washing soda time to kill the moss.
Once the moss has been killed it is much easier to accomplish moss removal, so you either just brush it with a stiff brush or they show using a shovel. (I would suggest the stiff brush, since it is less likely to scrape your concrete, driveway or other walkway than the shovel is).
See the video below for full details of moss removal from concrete with washing soda:
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