Wet & Forget’s convenient cleaning revolution may seem too good to be true, leading you to ask how it works.

To enlighten you on some Wet & Forget wonders, we have collated and answered last month’s most-asked questions:

How Does Wet & Forget Work?

Once a surface has been saturated with a treating of Wet & Forget, the gentle formula will work with rain to kill and wash away mould, lichen and/or algae; after each rainfall, the surface will come cleaner, bit by bit. The formula contains surfactants that allow it to grip to vertical surfaces, making it great for tackling walls and fences.

When to Apply Wet & Forget

Our Mould, Lichen & Algae Remover must be applied to a dry surface, ensuring that rain is not forecasted for 4-5 hours after application. For optimal results, apply on an overcast, dry day to minimise evaporation.

What is Wet & Forget Used for?

Our Mould, Lichen & Algae Remover is suited to a variety of external surfaces that are exposed to rainfall. It is most commonly used to remove contaminants from brick walls, wooden fences, driveways, patios, greenhouses, and caravans.

How Long Does Wet & Forget Take to Work?

How long it takes to work is entirely dependent on the intensity of the contamination. Though you may notice improvements to a mild contamination within days, more stubborn infestations can take around 2-3 months to clear up.

Where Can I Buy Wet & Forget?

Our full range of Wet & Forget is available online via our website, with free delivery to Mainland UK. You can also find us on Amazon, or purchase from retailers, such as B&Q, Wickes, Costco, and Homebase. The beady-eyed may even spot us in independent garden centres across the UK.