There’s nothing worse than stepping out into your garden after a long winter to find your balcony, patio and paving covered in moss. Moss usually builds up during a particularly wet period in a shady or humid area. The plant can also grow if there’s poor drainage in an area.
Baking soda also “works well” on moss, however, it works best on dry days, according to Fiona.
She told Express.co.uk: “Sprinkle some baking soda over the affected area and leave it overnight. Then, sweep away the remnants the next day.”
Duzzit Baking Soda costs £1.29 from Savers and Stockwell & Co. Bicarbonate Of Soda costs 59p from Tesco.
2. Removing moss using a pressure washer
Pressure washers are a great option for removing moss without resorting to chemicals.
Then, you need to scrub the area with a stiff broom or a handheld brush.
Once the moss has loosened, use a hose to wash away the debris.
4. Removing stubborn moss marks
Even after removing moss, you might find there are “stubborn marks” on your paving, patios or driveways.
To remove stubborn marks, you can use water and another cupboard item – white vinegar.
White vinegar can be bought from B&Q for just £2 and from Asda for just 99p.
Fiona suggested creating a mixture of half vinegar and half water.
Place the mixture in a spray bottle so that you can easily spread the mixture across the entire area.
Once sprayed, allow the mixture to sit for a while. Then, scrub the area with a stiff brush before hosing the area off.