Gardening tips: How to remove moss on drives and patios
After a long, wet winter moss can develop on driveways, patios and pathways. Moss can be removed using chemicals but this can have an impact on the surrounding environment. Instead, homeowners can resort to more natural methods such as soda crystals.
In a video for Dri Pak, homeowners have been shown how to remove moss using soda crystals.
The video has been captioned: “A simple way to remove moss from drives and patios with soda crystals.”
Homeowners will need a 1.5kg bag of soda crystals or more depending on the size of the space.
Firstly, homeowners need to liberally sprinkle the soda crystals on the area.
Soda crystals is ‘simple way’ to remove ‘slippery’ moss from patios and driveways
Once the moss is brown, the moss can be removed.
Homeowners can do the with a stiff yard brush or a shovel.
Once the moss is removed, the rest of the soda crystals can be washed away.
Any remaining debris can be removed with the stiff brush.
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The area will no longer be “slippery” with moss.
Soda crystals can also help to remove mud, grime and mould.
They can also be used to clean wooden decking which is also often prone to algae and moss.
Using hot water and the soda crystals should help with this.
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Soda crystals are available to buy in 1kg bags from most major supermarkets.
Dri-Pak Soda Crystals are available to buy from Ocado for 80p.
Wilko Original Soda Crystals are just £1.50.