Brintons Patio Magic 2.5L Just £5 From £8.50 At Wilko
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Brintons Patio Magic 2.5L Just £5 From £8.50 At Wilko

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Found 17th Apr
Patio Magic on offer at just £5, had been on offer at £7 from £8.50but now reduced further to £5, seems a good price to me with free click & collect.
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I was using brick cleaner yesterday on my patio and couldn't believe what it did! It started fizzing as soon as it touched anything and the black marks just melted away.
mymymy10 m ago

I was using brick cleaner yesterday on my patio and couldn't believe what …I was using brick cleaner yesterday on my patio and couldn't believe what it did! It started fizzing as soon as it touched anything and the black marks just melted away.


Be careful using brick cleaner as the ones I have seen are acid based and not recommended for cleaning patios.

Patio Cleaner is not acid based according to the label.
Anyone tried this?
chcane34 m ago

Anyone tried this?



Yes, not impressed. There are better products out there. This isn't much of an improvement on Fairy liquid.
i used it last week after the amazon deal, and thought it was good. i'd recommend a sprayer, as it doesn't go far in a watering can.

i'm always impatient and didn't see instant melting, but left it for 4 days and it was noticeably clear.
petesaysblimey8 m ago

i used it last week after the amazon deal, and thought it was good. i'd …i used it last week after the amazon deal, and thought it was good. i'd recommend a sprayer, as it doesn't go far in a watering can.i'm always impatient and didn't see instant melting, but left it for 4 days and it was noticeably clear.


I use a garden sprayer as well, watering can is a bit of overkill imho.
It does the job, but you need to re-apply it several times a year to keep your patio clean.
Spacein_vader39 m ago

Yes, not impressed. There are better products out there. This isn't much …Yes, not impressed. There are better products out there. This isn't much of an improvement on Fairy liquid.


Cannot uphold your Fairy liquid statement and leave it to you..
How about an example of one of those better products? I really want to know my options.
someone posted to another deal for this, that they used neat white vinegar as amazon had a deal for 4x5l of it.
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i'm not sure how well that would go down with surface run off into the grass and plants...?
I use Pro-Kleen, bit more expensive but absolutely brilliant product. I use it to remove algae from the patio, paths, plant pots, gazebo canopy etc. Apply it with a garden sprayer and the following morning all traces of green algae are gone. Have only had to apply it once a year.
Edited by: "No8" 18th Apr
No81 h, 25 m ago

I use Pro-Kleen, bit more expensive but absolutely brilliant product. I …I use Pro-Kleen, bit more expensive but absolutely brilliant product. I use it to remove algae from the patio, paths, plant pots, gazebo canopy etc. Apply it with a garden sprayer and the following morning all traces of green algae are gone. Have only had to apply it once a year.


What he said.
I wouldn't have believed how efective and long-lasting this is unless I'd seen it for myself.
Can this stuff take Algae/green moss type stuff of roof terracotta tiles?
If not, anyone know of a good product that would?
Sharpharp1 h, 31 m ago

Can this stuff take Algae/green moss type stuff of roof terracotta …Can this stuff take Algae/green moss type stuff of roof terracotta tiles?If not, anyone know of a good product that would?


Look up.
How does this compare with Wet & Forget?
Any advantage over a pressure washer and no use of chemicals? Does it deter it coming back?
KetanS18th Apr

Be careful using brick cleaner as the ones I have seen are acid based and …Be careful using brick cleaner as the ones I have seen are acid based and not recommended for cleaning patios.Patio Cleaner is not acid based according to the label.


Just looked, it is. I didnt realise lol
Well it seems acid based is the way to go! I used the hose instead of the jet and like magic!
mymymy6 h, 19 m ago

Well it seems acid based is the way to go! I used the hose instead of the …Well it seems acid based is the way to go! I used the hose instead of the jet and like magic!


Sure, it will work, but it will damage your patio over time.
KetanS16 h, 48 m ago

Sure, it will work, but it will damage your patio over time.


I doubt it will do damage to crazy paving though
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