Removing Moss Question

Hello:
Due to shade, etc., I have a fair amount of really healthy moss growing on parts of my asphalt driveway, and brick walk.
Have scraped some of it off, but it's a rough job.
Was wondering if I spray with a Clorox solution, would this kill the stuff ? If so, what % to use ?
Also, if dead, will it be more easily removable, with, e.g., just a hose ?
Any other suggestions ?
Thanks, Bob
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Maybe a little easier. I would soak it a few times in a solution of water mixed with Moss-Out. One it is dead you could use a power washer or a really strong stream of water through one of those hoze nozzles.
After you have cleaned the area, you could keep sprinkling some Moss-Out granules when ever you start to see a moss starting up again.
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On Wed, 09 Aug 2006 20:32:28 -0700, JillAdams wrote:

Make sure you use the Moss-Out that is for roofs and driveways. Many folks don't realize that there are 2 types of Moss-Out, 1 with iron and 1 with zinc. Your looking for the zinc which will not stain the drive. After the moss has turned black, take a snow shovel or the like and scrape it off.
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