5 Often Overlooked Surfaces Where Wet & Forget Gets the Job Done

Many have used Wet & Forget Outdoor Cleaner to take care of slippery algae on your driveway, potentially damaging moss on your roof, or ugly green algae on your concrete steps. But you may not know that Wet & Forget is also the perfect solution to your algae, mold, mildew, lichen or moss problems on some surprising outdoor surfaces, such as your boat bilge*, your Astroturf deck cover or even your truck. Talk about versatility!

Here are 5 satisfied customers’ experiences using Wet & Forget on a wide variety of outdoor surfaces.

1. Multiple surfaces

T-Bill in Cary, NC wrote:

“I had read positive reviews of this product, but it exceeded my expectations. It cleaned up algae, mildew, and moss from numerous surfaces around my property – natural stone, wood decking, real stucco walls, etc., etc. It worked equally fantastically on all materials and in days (rather than the weeks that the label promised). I am now optimistic that it will do as promised, and completely retard the re-appearance of the algae, moss, and mildew. This is one of the best products I have ever used. No scrubbing – just spray on with a garden sprayer and leave to dry. Terrific!!”

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2. Decks and woodwork

Beth Fillman in Long Island, NY wrote:

“Like everyone else, I was skeptical, but on the east end of long island, mildew is part of life. Costly power washers that didn’t last a season, gallons of bleach, tide and every other ‘miracle’ promise, not to mention hours of back breaking work had me ready to just live with green and brown. I saw this product and decided, one more try.

I almost felt foolish, believing that something that was not caustic and bio unfriendly could really work. IT DOES.…

It did an amazing job on my composite deck, and my cedar back porch deck, where all the garbage cans are, looks almost new. It’s a pleasure on railings and spindles since the most “work” is waving the spray nozzle.”

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3. Lawn Furniture

Peter A. Giambattista wrote:

“THE REAR OF MY HOUSE NEVER GETS SUN AND THUS GROWS MOLD AND MILDEW. I USED AN AIRLESS SPRAYER, STARTING AT THE TOP AND WORKED MY WAY DOWN. THE MOSS TURNS A LIGHT GREEN WHEN APPLIED. JUST WATCH IT FADE AWAY AFTER A FEW DAYS AND EVENTUALLY ITS GONE. I SPRAYED MY LAWN FURNITURE AND IT LOOKS BRIGHTER AND CLEANER AFTER ONE APPLICATION. I TAPE A ONE GALLON PUMP UP SPRAY BOTTLE ON A EXTENDABLE PAINTERS POLE, LOCK THE HANDLE AND EXTEND THE POLE. NO LADDER NEEDED, SAFE AND IT WORKS. I HAD A FEW SPOTS ON A SHED ROOF, USED THE STRAIGHT STREAM TO REACH IT AND ITS CLEARED UP AS WELL. GREAT STUFF, WHAT A PRODUCT.”

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4. Rubber Mats

“Travel Buff” wrote:

We had a very wet winter last year and the moss build-up on our front steps was out of control. Moss can make stairs and sidewalks very slippery. So I was determined to correct the situation before someone fell and got hurt.

I used Wet and Forget as directed and it worked its miracles, just as described on TV. At first, it looks pretty ugly if your moss is on cement because everything turns brown. But then the moss disappears – and it stays gone. I also used it on some rubber outdoor mats with similar results. They advertise that rain actually re-activates Wet & Forget. And I guess it’s true. Another year has passed and the moss has not regrown on my front steps.

I just bought more and did the cement sidewalk on the side of the house, which also was also overcome with moss and an accident waiting to happen. Wet & Forget is a keeper! You’ll be pleased with the results. Even Costco now carries it.

GREAT STUFF IT COULDN’T BE ANY EASIER THAN THIS!!!!!”

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5. Roll-out Awning

C. Fontana in Glen Ellyn wrote:

“We bought this product last year and finally got a chance to use it. We followed the instructions and sprayed on our roll-out awning. The green is gone! And the other reviewers are right, the longer its on the better our awning looks. I was almost ready to buy a new awning, so happy!”

*Per our labeling, remove your boat from the water to apply Wet & Forget. Once the Wet & Forget has dried, you can put the boat back in the water.

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