Unfortunately, green deposits on your tiles cannot be prevented during dark and wet days. Algae and mosses are the culprits of the green attack on your tiles. Thanks to low sunlight and humid weather conditions, they can multiply even more and therefore become even more visible. What is the solution for this? You probably have it in your kitchen cupboard!
Remove green deposit with cleaning vinegar
With cleaning, you can easily remove green deposits from tiles, garden furniture and roof tiles. The acid vinegar is deadly for algae and mosses, making it a very effective pesticide. Proceed as follows:
- Spray the tiles with cleaning vinegar
- Leave this on for a few days
- After a few days you see the green attack disappear
You can also apply this method if you have a green deposit on your roof tiles.
Watch this video to see the effect if you use cleaning vinegar!
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