As you will have no doubt seen, our new garden set is finished and being used to its full extent! I was outside yesterday in between shows trying to decide which position best suited the morning show – so bright sunshine mornings are in store!
It had occurred to me that as it looks so beautiful when its new, we should try to make sure that it stays that way and I asked our set designer if we had “Wet and Forget” it yet. She wasn’t clued up as to the magic of my favourite product so I told her all about it.
It features a unique combination of biodegradable selective surfactants that when diluted with water and applied, immediately attack moss, mould, gunge and grime on any exterior surface. It tackles those unsightly patches on your wall, driveway or windows, and even cleans your patio with the really easy-to-use Wet and Forget concentrate.
Each time it rains, this safe and cleansing formula reactivates to help flush the moss, mould, gunge and grime without scouring the surface it has infested. I reckon its the safest, most effective way of removing moss, mould and gunge from any exterior surface and it’s so effective as a patio cleaner. Its non-caustic, non-acidic and bleach-free. Five litres of concentrate makes up to 30 litres of product and covers an area of 100 – 300 square metres.
My set designer said I should go ahead and give it the treatment.
I turned up with my sprayer on a lovely day and in-between shows I did the whole set. It didn’t take long and one five litre container was enough to do the walls, AstroTurf, paving slabs and more. I love using this system of time saving and it’s so satisfying to know that it will help stop the growth of mould, lichen and moss for up to six months. Which means all through the summer, no matter what the weather brings , we will have the lovely garden set as good as new.
I am about to treat all my surfaces at home again and will update you on how it goes treating my roof as the guys at Wet and Forget gave me a super long lance so I can reach the top. Another blog in the making!
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