How do you remove moss from concrete?

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There are a number of ways to remove moss from concrete. Try boiling water and a brush to try and remove the moss. You can also use bleach by diluting half and half with water, then use a sprayer to cover the area and remove it with a brush.
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1. Carefully pour the boiling water over the area affected by moss. This is the most environmentally friendly application. Scrub with stiff brush or broom and wash away debris with
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Use a power washer to remove it. Some people suggest a 5% bleach solution, but that is bad for the environment and your garden when it washes off. A power washer or water blaster
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1 Put white vinegar in a spray bottle. Ad 2 Spray the vinegar on the mossed areas. 3 Get a knife and push it under the moss and it should come off easily. Ad
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You will need the following tools and materials in order to effectively remove the sealer from your concrete. If you don't have them, you can purchase or rent them from your local
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How to Remove Moss From Concrete
Moss, a velvety green plant organism, grows on exterior concrete surfaces that are not exposed to sunlight and remain in a persistently moist state. While moss is not harmful to concrete, its presence on concrete patios and walkways can make them more... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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