Question by  Anonymous

How can I get rid of moss on my walls?


Answer by  mjhughes (62)

The easiest way is with a pressure washer or high pressure nozzle on your hose. Set the washer on its lowest setting and start very far from the wall. While you are constantly moving the nozzle, and moving only as close as you need to, sweep back and forth until the moss is gone.


Answer by  wehadthought (391)

Wash the walls using a broom dipped in a bucket of water which has a cup of biological washing powder stirred into it. It'll stop it coming back too.


Answer by  vto (226)

There is a great new spraying system that has been on infomercials for a few weeks that really works. No cleaners are needed at all you can just spray it right off. You can use any outdoor spray with it and it not very expensive to purchase. This really does work!


Answer by  worker12 (293)

Use a bleach and water solution for outside stone walls or t-11 wood siding. The Sun must shine to dry the area which is affected by dampness.


Answer by  Caryn85 (418)

The best way to get moss of the walls of your house is a low grade bleach. Make sure you dilute it though.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Use white vinegar and put it into a spray bottle. Then spray the wall a couple of times. Try to scrape off the moss from the walls while you are spraying the vinegar.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

I got it off from my barn walls by taking clorox and aprying it on let it dry ang rake it down till u only have the dark stuff left then bleach and hit it with a high power hose then just bleach and leave it won't grow bac.


Answer by  Rachel54 (109)

Any type of plant killer could be used to get rid of moss on walls. Using bleach and spraying it on the wall could kill the moss.


Answer by  Chris6812 (37)

Try using bleach on a sponge with some scrubbing you should be male to get any moss or mildew off your wall.

posted by Anonymous
I'm sure a 'female' could manage it as well! That typo made me laugh!  add a comment

Answer by  JBW (243)

Mix 1 part bleach with 4 parts water and spray on the moss. Keep moss wet for 2 minutes, or 15 to 30 minutes on wood surfaces. Rinse off with water and remove moss with a pressure washer. Be careful not to get bleach on yourself or clothing. One application will control moss over a year.

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