Frequently Asked Questions - Sprayaway

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What Does Sprayaway Treat?

Sprayaway is extremely effective at treating the following:
  • Moss
  • Algae
  • Lichen
  • Liverwort
  • Fungi
  • Mildew
Where Can Sprayaway be used ? 
Most grass free surfaces including:
  • Paving Slabs,
  • Wood such as Decking and Fencing,
  • Tarmac,
  • Concrete,
  • Roofs,
  • Limestone
  • Chips, Brick,
  • Stone etc.
  • Garden furniture,
  • Sheds,
  • Trampolines,
  • Astro turf,
  • Non-grass sports areas such as tartan running tracks,
  • Empty Plant Pots Effective on flat and vertical surfaces.
How large an area will Sprayaway treat?
1 litre of working solution will treat approximately 5 sq metres

How do I use Sprayaway?

Apply Sprayaway to dry surfaces only. Dilute the concentrate 1:5 in tap water for normal use,  or up to 1:9 if there is only a  light growth. use a knapsack sprayer or watering can. Rinse out thoroughly after use. Do not apply if rain is expected in next 5-6 hours. For heavy moss brush off growth to expose moss stem before treatment. 
Apply at the rate of 200mls per square metre
How long does Sprayaway take to work?
It begins working right away, but effects are usually seen within 24 hours depending on the dilution, application and level of infestation. Allow a few days for full effect.
How long will the effects last?
Sprayaway can inhibit the growth of moss and algae for up to 6 months. This time varies based on a number of factors such as humidity, volume of rainfall, available light etc

Will Sprayaway leave a stain ?
No, Sprayaway will not cause stains. Any staining following treatment is most likely as a result of the moss itself. Usually a quick clean of the surface with fresh soapy water will remove any stain.

Can Sprayaway be used on Roofs?
Sprayaway is ideal for removing moss, algae, lichen etc. from all roofs
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