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Mold Armor

Model # FG511

Internet # 100625157

Store SKU # 531130

56 oz. House Wash Hose End Sprayer

$8.97 /each
  • 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

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Model # FG511

Internet # 100625157

Store SKU # 531130

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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Dimensions
Product Size (oz.) 
56 
Details
Cleaning Features 
Biodegradable,Bleach Added,Concentrated,Disinfecting,Eliminates Odor,Kills Mildew,Pet Safe,Residue Free,Safe Around Vegetation 
Product Form 
Liquid 
Professional/ Residential 
Professional,Residential 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stain Type 
Dirt,Mildew,Mold 
Surface Type 
Concrete,Stone,Tile,Vinyl,Wood 
Where to Use 
Outdoor 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price. 

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what happens if you let it dry.

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Memphis, TN
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Orange, FL, USA
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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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Will product clean mildew and algae off patio pavers

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This didn't work for me. Maybe it will for you.
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Absolutely! As a matter of fact, I used this to clean my patio pavers last summer with only the BEST results. Since the force is not too strong, you may find that you need to get very close to the worst spots, but it will do the trick
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September 15, 2014
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Yes, but there is another product made by this company specifically for decks and whatnot. That might be better, although I put the remainder of mine on the walkway into my house (concrete) and it worked really well. Maybe has close to the same ingredients?
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Yes that is the main propose of the product, I also use WET and Forget on my patio and deck. This product comes with nozzle to apply and power spray off.
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This is exactly what this product is designed for. First, Wet ALL the plants and landscaped area around the pavers. Simply attached the container to the hose, spray on, leaving 5-10 minutes but do NOT let the product dry. I would use a long handled brush as I rinsed. Wet the plants in the area again and you should be ready for summer.
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February 2, 2014
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Yes, I think it will. It's bleach-based, if I'm not mistaken, so just beware that you're going to want to rinse it off thoroughly so that it doesn't damage your grass or plants in the area.
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February 1, 2014
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It cleaned algae off my one window and it did not hurt my pavers below. Just remember this has bleach in it.
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January 4, 2014
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You may need to scrub a little. Apply, let sit, and run a brush to get in the depressions.
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I used this product on my brick porch steps, and it worked wonderfully! However, keep in mind that I used a power washer to rinse the steps. The power washer is electric and only 1600 psi but helps to clean everything that I need to clean. I have used the power washer only to clean the steps, but I found that using this cleaner along with the power washer caused my brick steps to clean easier and look Read More
I used this product on my brick porch steps, and it worked wonderfully! However, keep in mind that I used a power washer to rinse the steps. The power washer is electric and only 1600 psi but helps to clean everything that I need to clean. I have used the power washer only to clean the steps, but I found that using this cleaner along with the power washer caused my brick steps to clean easier and look cleaner than just using the power washer alone. Read Less
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I never tried that but I would think it works. It is so good on siding it should take mold off anything. give it a try.
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September 28, 2013
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I tried it on a few spots where I have an annoying black mold and it only removed it partially. I beleive it killed it but the porous concrete would not allow it to be washed clean. It probably needed a pressure wash after treatment. I would email the manufacturer. I got a next day response from theme on a different issue .
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 417 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good for dirt, pollen and light mildew We live on the Texas gulf coast I use this house wash every Spring to help remove dirt, pollen light mold, and mildew. It does a fair job but it does not remove heavy mildew or algae, I spray those areas before hand with a strong bleach and water mixture or use my pressure cleaner on the heavy areas. This cleaner is safe to use as long as you rinse it well. It also is fairly mild on fabrics. I do like the fact that this cleaner rinses off windows with very little streaking and will clean the window through the screen.This cleaner also comes in one gallon refill bottles costing half as much per ounce as the hose end sprayer. I would recommend it for mild, safe, cost effective house washing. March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great - No Problems and Better than Expected Tried this product the another day when removing mold and mildew from my homes siding. I usually wash with bleach and liquid soap and an extension wand to get high. It's usually takes most of the day. I followed the directions and let the wet siding soak with the cleaner for about 10 minutes. It wasn't real hot outside so I didn't have any problems with drying. When I rinsed the siding it was very clean;I didn't have to scrub the stubborn areas but did anyway. For me it cut my cleaning day in half and next time it will be even easier since I'll use this cleaner again before the siding gets excessively stained with mold. May 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I didn't believe the good reviews, but... I read the reviews with some doubt. I know some companies put out rave reviews on their products with internal purchases. However, this house wash did everything they said it did. Previously, I washed my siding with a bleach mixture as well as a name brand soap and it just didn't get the tough stuff off. I figured I had nothing to lose by trying this product and I like the hose attachment. Well, I sprayed it on and let it soak for an hour. I sprayed some more on and let it soak for another hour. With each application, more and more of the tough stains came off without rinsing. After the 3rd application I let it set for an hour again and then took my power sprayer and 95% of all the stains came off. The last 5% was tougher but direct pressure spray got it where before it didn't budge. My siding looks like new. Thanks to the company that makes this product. It really did the job. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GIVE IT A TRY Ok, so after reading the other reviews I decided to give it a try for the 9 bucks. My problem was heavy mold on one side of the second floor of the house, vinyl siding. As far the mold, it did an excellent job on it. Some of the reviews said it didn't reach. My experience was it reached about 2/3 of the second floor, but I do have to mention, 1. It was a little windy that day so that was working against me. And the other thing that I noticed that may have caused the low reach by other people is the time of day used. Some areas at times of the day have low pressure in the water supply which would cause the problem of not reaching the second floor. And as illustrated in the instructions, plastic deflector must be removed from the nozzle for second floor cleaning. For the spots I didn't hit I hoisted the hose up through a second floor window and hit the spots from the window. May 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy homeowner! This product is amazing! So much better than I expected. No scrubbing and my 20 yr old aluminum siding looks new again! Quick solution took less than 2 hours to clean entire 2 story home. May 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent! I picked up E-Z House Wash and other leading brands with no real expectation other than not having to power wash my entire house. After trying leading brands with no success, I headed out for the daunting task of power washing my house. After power washing half of the front, I decided to give EZ a try. My jaw literally dropped as I watch the mildew wash off. I rinsed it thinking my eyes were playing tricks - but they were not. I was so excited, I ran inside to tell my wife like a little kid. The product was so effective I sprayed it over where I had already power washed and it cleaned the gutters and siding even better. So, I went out and bought more as well as the EZ fence cleaner, which I'm excited to try! April 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tried this today and I was impressed 5 years of mold and mildew came off very easy. i did however spray a second time after 6 or 7 minutes to ensure it did not dry out then waited for a total of 15 minutes and 99% of the mold, algae and mildew came off, the spider 'stuff ' needed more encouragement. do not skimp thou i used a bottle that said it would treat 4000sq ft but only lasted me about 1200 sq ft. I'm almost 60 and cannot do the scrubbing because of shoulder issues, this product got my vote. i live in southern Virginia on the water and performed the cleaning at the end of April when the temp was about 80 degrees. April 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't work at all. It didn't work at all. I sprayed this product 2 times more than recommended on driveway but it did never work. See the photos; after spraying it, after rinsing out, after doing pressure washer. I'd ratter buy general outdoor bleach or save effort and time for pressure washer. December 5, 2015
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