We have a roof of corrugated pvc (standard size ridges) between the house
and the garage, it has a slope of about 1 in 15.
The pvc gets very dirty with algae and or moss washed down off the main
I can power wash it after a rain shower when the dirt is softer but it never
really gets right clean; I have even tried soaking it with various
detergents and gently brushing it (access is not a problem).
Does anyone know of a detergent that will clean off the algae (mainly green
coloured) and keep the pvc clean for a year or two?
If you have a clean runaway - that is away from the garden - then
a VERY dilute solution of Jeyes Fluid with a soft brush will
shift it easy as anything.
Failing that a dilute path cleaner is also pretty good.
Whatever you do you won't get rid of it for long!
Jeyes Fluid and all those disinfectants that go white when added to
water are EXTREMELY toxic to cats, including when they wash their feet
clean after walking in areas cleaned with it. Don't know about dogs.
It's not a quick painless death either. So if you or your neighbours
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