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Mold Armor

Model FG514

Internet #100679655

56-oz. House Wash (2-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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Mold Armor 56-oz. House Wash (2-Pack) effectively cleans mold, mildew, algae and dirt stains using a bleach-based formula. Each bottle can clean up to 4,000 sq. ft. without scrubbing, and the hose-end sprayer is easy to use.

  • Removes mold, mildew, algae and dirt stains
  • Bleach-based formula cleans without scrubbing
  • Hose-end sprayer is easy to use
  • Each bottle cleans up to 4,000 sq. ft.
  • Safe for plants when used as directed
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following sates: CA, OR, CT

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what about plants?

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April 1, 2014
I just installed new shrubs last week. Will this stuff hurt them or worse, kill them? Are there instructions for protection if needed? Thanks
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I used Mold Armour around plants and shrubs and haven't had any problems. You should water the plants first and rinse them after completing the job.
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April 2, 2014
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Be sure to rinse the plants well before and after applying the House Wash. As long as you do this so the product doesn't remain in contact with the plants they'll be just fine.
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Can I use Mold Armor on My TILE ROOF?

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January 16, 2014
House in FL with tile roof
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April 12, 2014
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what kind of tile roof? barrel or slate or something different? This has some bleach in it. Maybe try a small insignificant area first and see what the label says.You must rinse it off within 15 mins so that could present a challenge.
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January 16, 2014
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This will work fine unless the tiles are glazed. The bleach in the House Wash could dull a glazed finish.
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can I use mold armor on my roof? (asphalt shingle)

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July 22, 2013
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I used the product on a second story dormer above my porch roof. The runoff of the product on the roof didn't do anything to the asphalt shingles. I didn't have any mold on the shingles so I don't know if it would help to remove mold, but it didn't adversely impact the shingles in any way.
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July 22, 2013
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I read on line about the product and it can be used on a roof.I used two big bottles of this on mold for my brick porch and it did nothing at all to it. no response at all from scrubbing it on brick. I would not purchase this product again for any type of mold removal,it simply is a waste of money and hard work. Pressure washing is the only option and I would not recommend this for a shingled roof. Using Read More
I read on line about the product and it can be used on a roof.I used two big bottles of this on mold for my brick porch and it did nothing at all to it. no response at all from scrubbing it on brick. I would not purchase this product again for any type of mold removal,it simply is a waste of money and hard work. Pressure washing is the only option and I would not recommend this for a shingled roof. Using just a hose does not give you enough water pressure to remove any kind of mold even if scrubbing the product by hand and the little spot where it almost worked was stained in a yellow color after washing it off many times. Read Less
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I have a big patio that is screened, can I use this on the screens?

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If the screens are made of a plastic material this will be fine to use on there. If the screens are natural fiber or metal this product will damage them.
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