Removing moss and greening from fencing

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Moss Killer - Remove Moss & Greening from Fences and Gates

Timber fencing, whether timber panels or close boarded fencing with age will start to show 'greening', especially during the winter months. No matter how well looked after the fencing is or how old it is the growth will still appear. Treatment is simple and easy to do. Existing Fencing Only apply the product on a dry day, this will allow the products to settle and remain on the surface. The surface should also be dry before you start. Brush the surface to remove any dust, dirt and loose growth. Once this has been completed, spray with a coat of CONCENTRATED MOSS & ALGAE KILLER - Baticlean CR. This will kill the algae/moss/lichen and, most importantly, ensure the spores are dead. Leave the Baticlean CR to act and after a few days brush the surface agin to remove any loose, dead growth. This process can be repeated annually or when the first signs of fresh growth appear. Once the dead growth has been removed you can paint or stain directly over the Baticlean CR.

New fencing Once the fencing has been fitted and is dry, simply spray the area with CONCENTRATED MOSS & ALGAE KILLER - Baticlean CR. This should be done BEFORE you paint/stain the fencing to in order to make certain that spores are dead prior to any coating being applied, ensuring the longer lifespan of both the wood and the surface covering.