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Algae Stains on Cedar Siding

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Removing algae stains from your cedar siding can be both tough and frustrating. Because of your busy, over-scheduled life, it's important to remove algae stains on your cedar siding as quickly as possible. An oxygen bleach cleaner is an effective algae stain remover which can preserve the integrity of your cedar siding. It will not discolor your cedar siding or hurt any surrounding vegetation. Removing algae stains is fast and easy when you mix an all-natural, environmentally safe oxygen bleach and apply that solution to the stained cedar siding. Why live with unsightly black algae or green algae stains on your cedar siding when they can be easily cleaned and restored? You'll save time, money and effort by applying this effective algae stain remover.

Algae Stains on Cedar Siding

What You'll Need:

Directions:

Add the Stain Solver powder to the warm water. Stir until completely dissolved. Use to clean black or green algae from cedar siding. Apply solution liberally with the pump sprayer to a cool cedar siding surface on a cloudy day or in the shade. Let soak for 20 minutes, never allowing the solution to evaporate. Scrub with a push broom. Rinse the clean cedar siding off with a garden hose. Test on a small area to see how easy it is to use before attempting large areas.