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Old 06-18-2016, 02:15 PM
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Wet And Forget Cleaner

Bleach-Free, No Scrub Mold & Mildew, Moss & Algae Cleaner | Wet & Forget

Has anyone used this product for roof cleaning?

I have a Gerard Metal Roof. Panels are tile shaped, so there are peaks and valleys. None too excited about walking on it.

Saw a video of a person cleaning a metal roof with a spray on chemical. Not sure what he used, but I then came across this product a short while later.

Spray on and forget it.

Thanks for sharing any experience you may have with this product.

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Old 06-18-2016, 03:47 PM
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Dont' know anything about the product.

from the fwiw dept, I’ve got a major roof cleaning to do and read that the PH of cider vinegar will kill moss (the main goal) in fairly short order, and that mixing the vinegar with a mild solution of dish washing soap will help to kill moss and also help clean the roof. I’m going to try this and then use a soft rake to remove the moss after a week or so and see what the results are for the roof cleaning part. The vinnegar/soap solution is much easier on the environment and roof than some other remidies.

....that is, if it ever stop raining for more than part of a day.
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Old 06-18-2016, 04:50 PM
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Appreciate your input. I had the installer come out. He said I was looking at dirt. After reevaluating, I found myself in agreement. I read in an amazon review that Wet and Forget was nothing more than repackaged pool cleaner. I'll do some more digging and experiment with a number of things close to inconspicuous areas before I open the flood gates.

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