How To Remove Green Algae From Siding

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Whether it's mold or mildew your siding is no place to have things growing! Watch as Lou Manfredini, Ace's Home Expert, shows you an easy and affordable way to remove green algae from outdoor spaces including siding, decks, brick and canvas.

Traditionally, you could use a scrub brush or a power washer to remove the mold and mildew from your siding.  If you wanted to avoid climbing a ladder or possibly denting your siding, then a hose application like Wet and Forget Outdoor Mold and Mildew can do the trick, but you will need to give it time to work.  It's easy to use, all you need to do is to attach it to your garden hose and you have a cleaner that can easily reach high places.

Before starting, you will want to spray water on plants, vegetation or grass that can be hit by the Wet and Forget Outdoor product. After spraying your plants with water, go ahead and start washing with the Wet and Forget Outdoor product on your siding or brick.  It will take 15-20 days to see a difference. After you have wet the siding or brick with the product, follow up by spraying water on plants, vegetation or grass just to make sure if the cleaner got to it, that it's washed off.