A: Yes it will, I mix the house wash with bleach. In a 1 gallon sprayer, 1 cup house wash and 2 cups of bleach fill with water. Spray it on leave it set for a few minutes, wash off with water.
A: M1 is a good cleaner for removing dirt and grime, but had no luck with removing oxidation. Good news, by adding bleach will also remove mildew.
A: I do not know. I bought it to try and remove white chalking on bricks under windows. I did not work on brick.
A: I think it's better to start with the most gentle approach when applying any cleaners and chemicals. Try this without bleach. Mix cleaner with some water in a pump bottle. Apply to shingles and let sit a few minutes. If you have a power washer, don't hold the gun too close to the roof when cleaning. If you end up needing to use bleach, add a small amount and see if that works. Make sure to wear sneakers so you won't slide on the roof. When you clean with water and the cleaner, it will be slippery.
A: Yes Best results let soak until almost dry then rinse. Removed moss from my shingles
A: Yes it can
|Name||1 gal. House Wash All-Purpose Cleaner||64 oz. House Wash Hose End Sprayer Mold and Mildew Remover||16 oz. Deck and Wood Cleaner Part 1||32 oz. Eco Guard Advanced Outdoor Multi-Surface Cleaner for Mold, Algae and Mildew Stain Removal and Prevention|
|Where to Use||Furniture,Outdoor||Outdoor||Outdoor||Floors,Furniture,Hard Non-Porous Surfaces,Metal Surfaces,Outdoor,Plastic Surfaces|
|Features||Concentrated||No Additional Features||Concentrated,Kills Mildew,Non-Corrosive||No-Rinse,Non Abrasive,Non-Corrosive|
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