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 ?
I have been using 100% vinegar with good success. That is, the moss
is killed quickly and it stays dead for a long time.
I don't bother cleaning it up. The dead moss is brown in color and is
not as noticeable.
No luck with hose removal. Pressure washing is forceful enough to get
rid of the residual but you risk damaging the bricks, especially if
they are cement bricks (paving stones) like mine.
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