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  • How to Remove Moss from Garden Furniture

    How to Remove Moss from Garden Furniture
    Moss and algae can make any garden look unsightly and unkempt. Infestations can crop up in a number of sneaky places including your garden furniture. Here we share why they grow on garden furniture in the first place and how you can tackle the problem to prevent them from returning. Why...
  • How to clean up your garden on a budget

    How to clean up your garden on a budget
    We’d all like our garden to look its best (particularly during summer!) but the trouble is that this can be costly to achieve. While we’d love to deck our gardens up with the very best sheds, patios and exotic looking plants this can crank up the cost. So, does this...
  • The 5 dirtiest places in your home and how to tackle them

    The 5 dirtiest places in your home and how to tackle them
    Do you know where the dirtiest places in your house reside? Germs, mould and grime can make their way into almost every nook and cranny of your home and those clever little nasties can take cover in the most unlikely of places. Don’t worry though we’re on hand to highlight...
  • Keeping Astroturf Clean

    Keeping Astroturf Clean
    Having a surface made of synthetic grass or AstroTurf will certainly reduce the time made performing maintenance compared to having traditional turf, but it doesn't mean there is nothing to do. If you're responsible for looking after a whole pitch, you will know first-hand that with constant use they can...
  • How to Maintain a Tennis Court

    How to Maintain a Tennis Court
    Keeping outdoor surfaces clean is one thing, but if you're responsible for maintaining a tennis court, you'll know that it can be a challenge. A well-used court will need constant maintenance to ensure the surface doesn't get too slippery for players, so it is down to you to make sure...
  • What surfaces can Wet & Forget be used on?

    What surfaces can Wet & Forget be used on?
    Roofs - Decramastic, Clay tile, Concrete tile, Super 6, Fibrolite, Colour steel, Zincalume (iron roof) and Thatched Asphalt (Blacktop) Astroturf Block Paving Bowling greens Butinol Bricks & paving Canvas tents Caravan awnings Concrete Cotswold Stone Cow sheds Conservatories Driveways Fibreglass boats Fibreglass hulls/topsides Fibrolite cladding Flexipave Glass/Plastic houses Glass houses...
  • Before & After Gallery

    Before & After Gallery
    Many of these images come from customers who have absolutely loved the transformation that Wet & Forget has given to their properties. Remember that Wet & Forget can safely be used on ANY exterior surface. If the contamination is bad, it will take a little longer to clean up but...
  • Benefits of Using Wet & Forget

    Benefits of Using Wet & Forget
    No special equipment just apply Wet & Forget. Easy to maintain, after the first application always reapply at the first sign of recontamination. Eliminates Harsh Methods Wet & Forget helps prevent the damage caused by the harsh scouring of scrubbing and waterblasting. No Special Equipment Just use Wet & Forget...
  • Tips For and From Customers

    Tips For and From Customers
    Curtains Lightly mist the back of the curtains with Wet and Forget before they get mouldy at the start of winter. If they are already mouldy it won't get rid of the mould. It will only kill the spores. Always do a test area to ensure that the curtain is...
  • See how it helped one of our customers

    See how it helped one of our customers
    Wet & Forget is an excellent product Thank you for letting me know about remarkable Wet & Forget by way of the interesting article in the July/August edition of your Costco Connection magazine. Thank you for stocking Wet & Forget and for having it on your shelves at Watford. I...

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