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Mold Armor 56 oz. House Wash Hose End Sprayer
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Mold Armor

56 oz. House Wash Hose End Sprayer

  • Cleans exterior surfaces with no scrubbing
  • Spray on, wait 10 minutes, rinse off. It's that easy
  • Hose end blasts away mold stains, dirt and debris
$8.97 /each

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Home Armor E-Z House Wash cleans exterior surfaces with no scrubbing. It effectively removes stains caused by dirt, mold, mildew and algae. The hose end sprayer delivers a powerful spray to remove dirt and debris. It reaches places you can't reach, even with a ladder. The formula is 2X stronger than other hose ends to remove mold and mildew stains. The E-Z House Wash hose end delivers just the right amount of concentration for all types of exterior surfaces. It's like pressure cleaning right from your garden hose.

  • Spray on, wait 10 minutes, rinse off, it's that easy
  • Works on vinyl, brick, stucco, aluminum, concrete, painted wood, trim & siding, restored or resurfaced finishes and more
  • Cleans up to 4,000 sq. ft.
  • Reaches the 2nd story and hard to get to areas like under the gutter
  • Has a fan spray pattern, to create direct spray remove deflector attachment
  • Refill using E-Z house wash gal.
  • For porous surfaces like wood use E-Z deck and fence wash hose end
  • Product may vary by store

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Is this product safe to remove molds on a white-painted outdoor surface?

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I have an outdoor area of white painted plastic surface. Would this product safe to use on that surface? Thanks for your help.
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June 17, 2016
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Yes I tested it on my white painted back porch and ceiling, it worked so well, it looked like the porch was painted white again. I've used a little on my vinyl side home it left small streeks maybe I applied it wrong.
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Wren, Mississippi
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September 15, 2015
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My personal experience was that it did a very poor job on painted surfaces. It did excellent on Vinyl and Plastic. Fair to moderate on brick.
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Memphis, TN
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August 18, 2015
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The product would clean it, but if the paint is starting to lift it might blow off any paint that is loose.
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Lewes, DE, USA
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July 8, 2015
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As with any chemical cleaner, I would suggest trying a small out of the way spot to see how the Wash effects the spot.
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Yes
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Myrtle Beach, SC
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April 4, 2015
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Yes, I used it on white wood siding without any issues and it looks great.
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Cottonwood, Ca
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March 15, 2015
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i had black mold on white eve trim.. took only some off..repeat application did not help
ladder, soft scrub and rubbing worked..
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Morgan County, GA, USA
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March 10, 2015
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I used this on my front door frame and it didn't seem to damage it, but didn't really remove the mold either.
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Hiawassee, GA 30546, USA
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January 6, 2015
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Yes indeed. Let me share my experience: I have a downstairs deck where my furniture is white plastic and PVC. I used this product and cleaned the mildew, dirt, and weather off of all of it with no effort. I did have to take a brush to the seats of my chairs where the winter had left leaves etc. Since your plastic is painted, I do not believe that the force of this product with bother the paint. The force Read More
Yes indeed. Let me share my experience: I have a downstairs deck where my furniture is white plastic and PVC. I used this product and cleaned the mildew, dirt, and weather off of all of it with no effort. I did have to take a brush to the seats of my chairs where the winter had left leaves etc. Since your plastic is painted, I do not believe that the force of this product with bother the paint. The force is not really that strong. I would advise you to use it on a small area first to be sure the paint is not affected. I believe that you will find the results most rewarding., Read Less
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January 6, 2015
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Yes House wash is made for exactly that purpose. I used it on my painted shed and months later everything is fine.
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January 6, 2015
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If the paint is in good condition, not oxidized (chalky), this product should be perfectly safe on it. Still, I would try it in a small test area first to make sure you like the results.
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what happens if you let it dry.

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Memphis, TN
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August 18, 2015
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The hose end sprayer has a rinse or water only selection so there would be no reason to not rinse it off.
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You would have to start over.
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Pensacola, FL
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September 27, 2014
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It will cause a streaked appearance. Best to rinse off the siding first with plain water, then apply the product, leave on for 5- 10 minutes, then rinse off. You'll see an immediate difference.
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September 15, 2014
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It was hot when I put mine on and part of it dried. I think it just stops working if it dries out, but didn't seem to hurt anything. I did rinse it off though, just in case the chemicals did something in the long run...even if it is doubtful.
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East Hanover, NJ, USA
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September 9, 2014
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Leaving a bleach product on would probably show staining and damage your plants.
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Brookfield, MO, USA
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July 25, 2014
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I do not believe there will be any harmful effect. At least there was none on my cedar siding.
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July 18, 2014
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I do not expect you will have any issue with that. It will wash off once you wet it. However, if you read the chemical content, you are better off washing it off in the long term.
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Hiawassee, GA 30546, USA
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June 17, 2014
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It dries with no streaks or spots if you rinse it after application.
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Asheville, NC
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May 27, 2014
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Since it was written in BOLD not to let the product dry, I have followed the directions. More than likely it has a chemical that could cause staining or discoloration. We pressure washed our deck yesterday, looks like new.
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May 27, 2014
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If it's allowed to dry it will leave a white bleach and soapy residue behind. On vinyl, brick, stucco or concrete this will wash off with a couple rinses or with a couple rains.
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May 26, 2014
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Although I have not tested that possibility, I will answer based on the process used by the product to remove your mold:
-- the product works by dissolving surface mold and by maintaining a moist surface waiting to be washed away by water. If you let it dry, you "MAY" lose some of the moist effect and may need to re-apply the product for proper mold removal.
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Although I have not tested that possibility, I will answer based on the process used by the product to remove your mold:
-- the product works by dissolving surface mold and by maintaining a moist surface waiting to be washed away by water. If you let it dry, you "MAY" lose some of the moist effect and may need to re-apply the product for proper mold removal.
However, I don't see how you can let this dry because the hose head from the gallon has two functions: turn left to soak the surface with the chemical, then turn right to rinse with water. It's an instant action-reaction-rinse process. Read Less
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Do you have to use the hose attachment or can you use a pump up sprayer?

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Hose
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Pensacola, FL
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September 27, 2014
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It screws onto your water hose. Its easy to use- just rinse off the siding with water first. It can't be applied to dry siding or it will streak.
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September 15, 2014
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I used the hose. It attaches to the container, but the pressure isn't great.
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East Hanover, NJ, USA
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September 9, 2014
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The pump sprayer mixes the proper Ratios, and work to both apply, wet down your plants, and remove. It would be a lot more work to use your pump sprayer. I did use a product WET and FORGET with my back pack sprayer and was happy with results. That product does not need to be washed off.
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July 2, 2014
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Hose attatchment is where the pressure comes from to reach high areas from the ground.
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July 2, 2014
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I used the hose attachment, and even though we don't have the greatest water pressure, it worked great,. I would imagine you can use it with your basic sprayer.
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Boston, MA, USA
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June 25, 2014
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It is designed to take a standard hose end and utilizes the water pressure to mix with the detergent and spray. So unless your pump has a standard hose end fitting I don't think it will be compatible.
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Hiawassee, GA 30546, USA
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June 17, 2014
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You need to use the hose attachment which is no trouble at all. The pressure is adequate to reach and clean second story windows.
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Hiram, GA
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June 3, 2014
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Using a hose attachment works fine.
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May 27, 2014
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The top is designed to be connected directly to a hose for use. The top does not unscrew for reuse. If you wanted to use the contents in a different spray applicator you could puncture the container and pour the contents into a different applicator.
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April 30, 2014
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You can use it in a pump sprayer if needed. The product comes out of the hose end at 15:1 ratio, so any mixture between 10:1 and 15:1 will work similar.
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Can I Use this product on the roof without fear of damage (short term or long term) to the shingles

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yes, but let it rain down on your roof, don't lift your shingles applying it or they might break or leak.
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East Hanover, NJ, USA
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I used it to remove the small mold growth om my roof and I am satisfied it kills mold without damage.
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I used it on bricks without damage. If you are talking about spanish shingles, it should work. Just clean it and then re-water the shingles after the cleaning to get the entire product washed off your roof.
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Hiawassee, GA 30546, USA
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I have used a similar product on a shingle roof with no problems at all. Just rinse well immediately after cleaning without letting the sun dry it with the product on it.
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yes..
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Concord, NH, USA
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I personally will not try to do that on my roof without fear of damage it, do to the BLEACH-BASED Formula of this product, said right on the plastic bottles!
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January 4, 2014
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Would not use on shingles. The force of the hose could remove grit. Check with the manufacturer of your shingles first.
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Although I did not use it on my roof,I would say yes. It's supposed to deter algae growth, so it should do the trick for that.
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Not sure but I wouldn't.
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October 22, 2013
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Yes, the House Wash can be used on a shingled roof. Be sure to rinse it off well after 5-10 minutes before it dries up there.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 512 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Well on House, Sidewalks and Boat My house had accumulated a very noticeable amount of mildew and green mold on two sides. One side worse than the other. This house wash did a very good job on the heaviest side and excellent on the less affected side. Did 2 applications. For rinsing I used only the hose end washer. For the money I thought it did a good job. With success there I sprayed it heavily on my ugly, moldy, blackened concrete sidewalk. Using a 1300 psi pressure washer I restored the concrete to it's natural color and texture. Since it worked well there I decided to try it on my sailboat that had begun to show signs of grayish black mildew on the deck. First time using just the hose end rinse. For the second application I used the pressure washer to rinse. Final result was excellent! Deck is clean and white. I used a total of three 56 oz. bottles for the whole project. Nine dollars isn't much of an investment. Try it and see if it works for you. September 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Using on siding on the end of the house 2.5 stories tall. Remove fan spray tip to get the extended spray, the instructions are not good at explaining this. Could reach the top of the gable standing on an 8 foot step ladder. I ended up using this bottles and a 1/2 gallon refill as you lose some product shooting it this high. Bottom line it worked, siding is clean and fee of mildew. A happy customer! October 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cleans well but does not have the reach I bought this because it stated it could reach the 2nd story of the house. When in cleaning mode the highest it would reach is our first story. It was disappointing. To reach our 2nd story I had to get on a ladder still. If I knew this I would have bought competitor version. I will say it cleaned well. If you have a ranch house I would say buy this product. June 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not as good as Bleach I bought this because my vinyl siding badly needed cleaning and I didn't have time to do it right with bleach. While the application and cleanup were easy, I had to do it twice to get even a fair result - and still there is mold on the house. My biggest problem with it is that the spray - when the hose water is mixed with the cleaner - would not reach the second story of the house. I recommend buying a bleach sprayer pressure tank. One application and once rinse is all it takes and you can hit the second floor from the ground. October 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Believe the reviews I'm so glad several people reviewed this and vouched for the product. That helped me determine that I could clean my siding where mold has appeared for less than $20 (two bottles) versus $200 for power washing. It worked very well and it was easy to use. If you have a powerful hose handle, switch that on for the rinse cycle instead of leaving the product on. I was able to pinpoint my rinsing like that to speed it up b/c I have a long hose handle with a power wash setting that is quite effective. October 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can't believe how good this cleaner is Long story short... I purchased a house with a 6ft high vinyl fence surrounding the entire yard already here. Fence looked like it has never been cleaned before, or at the very least, anytime in the past 5+ years. Mold stains, dirt stains, you name it. Followed the directions for Mold Armor and it made it look like new. It was truly remarkable. In my case, one coat almost always does it. Wet the vinyl thoroughly, put a heavy coat of the cleaner on it, and be patient - give it the full 10 minutes to sit and do its thing. A few times I got impatient and sprayed it off after 5 minutes and it wasn't quite as effective. Give it the full 10 or even 15 minutes, and hit it hard with water. It definitely needs hosed off with some power. The built in hose adapter on the bottle works great. Highly recommended to anyone needing to clean a vinyl fence, siding, etc. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by no scrubbing required!!! October 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I would suggest the manufacture put an easier to use nozzle on this product October 25, 2016
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