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learn how to clean garden fences - tips on cleaning and getting rid of green moss and algae plus what you can do to stop green stuff growing on your fence.
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green algae are no match for this product from days past. it doesn’t exactly make your garden look any prettier: green algae on your wooden fence. now the time has come again to sit outside on our patios, we want everything to be in mint condition. a green fence around said patio doesn’t exactly fit with that idea
how to remove mildew and algae from a wooden fence. over time, wooden fences can get covered in algae and mildew. the growth generally occurs in shaded, moist locations. there are several ways you can clean the algae and mildew off a fence
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i used algon on my fence and it worked a treat took a few weeks to take effect , no scrubbing required. it left whitish patches where the worst of the algae had been, but that's far better than green slime, as far as i'm concerned. anyhow, i suspect anything that killed off the algae would have left patches.
green algae on a wooden fence is not only unsightly but it can also deteriorate the wood over time. it’s not uncommon for algae to grow on wooden surfaces, especially in areas that are shaded from sunlight. the good news is you that don’t have to replace fence boards or paint over the algae spots.