How to Remove Moss from Roof Shingles?

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To remove moss from roof shingles, you need to use a a high-pressure stream of water. You may have to rent one of those high-pressure steam cleaners to get the job done.
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1. Mix about 1/10 ounce of powdered copper sulfate with at least a gallon of water in the tank of a hand held garden sprayer. To make this job as easy as possible, use a nozzle that
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Moss can be removed by a power-washing specialist, using a power washer with hot water and fungicides. Source(s) Builder.
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Removing roofing shingles looks like pure grunt-work: jump on the roof and have at it with a shingle scraper or fork. Not so fast there. Removing shingles involves procedure, sheathing
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Chlorine Bleach. Simply pour over the moss, wait a day or two and it will come right up without damaging the shingles. You can even sweep it off with a broom. Since the bleach won't
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1. Cover the plants right underneath the roof with a large tarp or plastic sheet to prevent copper sulfate drips from getting on them. 2. Mix 1/4 to 1/2 oz. powdered ...
1. Cover the plants right underneath the roof with a large tarp or plastic sheet to prevent copper sulfate drips from getting on them. 2. Mix 1/4 to 1/2 oz. powdered ...
1. Cover the plants right underneath the roof with a large tarp or plastic sheet to prevent copper sulfate drips from getting on them. 2. Mix 1/4 to 1/2 oz. powdered ...
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