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Patio Magic! Concentrate: Ideal for Patios, Paths and Driveways 2.5 Litres £6 (Prime) at Amazon (+£4.49 non Prime)
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Patio Magic! Concentrate: Ideal for Patios, Paths and Driveways 2.5 Litres £6 (Prime) at Amazon (+£4.49 non Prime)

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Posted 15th Jun

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  • Patio Magic! Liquid Concentrate Mould, Algae and Moss Killer can be used on hard surfaces indoor and outdoor, and can be used as a pre-paint fungicidal wash
  • Patio Magic kills green mould in 2-4 days, and gently cleans the exposed surfaces in the weeks to come
  • This biodegradable cleaner is suitable to treat your patios, fencing, driveways and all round hard surfaces
  • Works in a few days, lasts months
  • Size: 2.5 liters
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Anyone recommend a cleaner which is acid based? I dont have green mold/algae but have a few stains I'd like to try and lift
Anything that will kill horse tail... Tried loads of things... Getting to become a nightmare
hkphooey15/06/2020 08:01

Anything that will kill horse tail... Tried loads of things... Getting to …Anything that will kill horse tail... Tried loads of things... Getting to become a nightmare


This will also kill plants too but not as effective as actual weedkiller. It's mostly effective for killing surface algae, etc. Patio Magic works great for this!

If you want to control horsetail (as it's very hard to actually get rid rid of) I've found its best to:

1) Buy and mix your own Glyphosate so it's rather strong (compared to Roundup which is really just Glyphosate but diluted, works against most things but can struggle with horsetail).
Be very careful if you do this or hire a professional.

2) *STAMP* on it before you spray it. Horsetail has a waxy coating that means herbicides can mostly "run off". Stamping breaks the plant up a bit and the wax coating, allowing better ingress.

(Sorry, not to hijack the thread but horsetail is a nightmare. Not quite knotweed but not far off!)

Good luck!
Edited by: "Skyhiigh" 15th Jun
This a good price or can it be
Got in wilko etc just as cheaper ?
Skyhiigh15/06/2020 08:12

This will also kill plants too but not as effective as actual weedkiller. …This will also kill plants too but not as effective as actual weedkiller. It's mostly effective for killing surface algae, etc. Patio Magic works great for this!If you want to control horsetail (as it's very hard to actually get rid rid of) I've found its best to:1) Buy and mix your own Glyphosate so it's rather strong (compared to Roundup which is really just Glyphosate but diluted, works against most things but can struggle with horsetail).Be very careful if you do this or hire a professional.2) *STAMP* on it before you spray it. Horsetail has a waxy coating that means herbicides can mostly "run off". Stamping breaks the plant up a bit and the wax coating, allowing better ingress.(Sorry, not to hijack the thread but horsetail is a nightmare. Not quite knotweed but not far off!)Good luck!


Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next to a electricity power small compound, which is over run by it I report it to them every year and they get the guy to pop around mine to spray it at same time.
But he is there about ten seconds hardly sprays anything.
They do this about twice a year, it's coming over from there, it's between the brick weave.
Good deal, I have used this specific one successful on my decking, it really works
hkphooey15/06/2020 08:19

Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next …Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next to a electricity power small compound, which is over run by it I report it to them every year and they get the guy to pop around mine to spray it at same time.But he is there about ten seconds hardly sprays anything.They do this about twice a year, it's coming over from there, it's between the brick weave.


Ah. We've got the same issue - neighbour who has loads and never treats it (and rarely let's me do it).

You have to keep going at it. E.g.
Treat first signs in April
When it's died and more comes back, treat again, etc

And always give it a heavy dose. Although herbicides should be used sparingly, horsetail takes a lot to shift. It's nasty stuff.

Maybe a sprayer with a pole sprayer could be useful...?
hkphooey15/06/2020 08:01

Anything that will kill horse tail... Tried loads of things... Getting to …Anything that will kill horse tail... Tried loads of things... Getting to become a nightmare


Glyphosate, nothing else is likely to make much difference. Spray daily for three or four days in dry weather, leave a few days. Spray every few days until you see signs of browning. Then just spray the green areas. I'm sure you already know to keep on top of the blasted plant.
banjomike15/06/2020 08:31

Glyphosate, nothing else is likely to make much difference. Spray daily …Glyphosate, nothing else is likely to make much difference. Spray daily for three or four days in dry weather, leave a few days. Spray every few days until you see signs of browning. Then just spray the green areas. I'm sure you already know to keep on top of the blasted plant.


Yes thanks.. I do this I use gallop at present
Will this kill grass? My decking drains onto my lawn, I don't want a big brown death patch
Will this kill the spiky trees and weeds keeps growing in the garden
the1stcoke15/06/2020 08:40

Will this kill grass? My decking drains onto my lawn, I don't want a big …Will this kill grass? My decking drains onto my lawn, I don't want a big brown death patch


I used this on my patio which had some grass growing in between the gaps, killed it but now it's growing again after two weeks. It killed the algae at least but it doesn't remove black stains. Bleach does a better job but I don't like using that.
Sherbat15/06/2020 08:50

I used this on my patio which had some grass growing in between the gaps, … I used this on my patio which had some grass growing in between the gaps, killed it but now it's growing again after two weeks. It killed the algae at least but it doesn't remove black stains. Bleach does a better job but I don't like using that.


😔 I don't want to kill any grass... Sounds like it's not the product for me
hkphooey15/06/2020 08:19

Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next …Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next to a electricity power small compound, which is over run by it I report it to them every year and they get the guy to pop around mine to spray it at same time.But he is there about ten seconds hardly sprays anything.They do this about twice a year, it's coming over from there, it's between the brick weave.


I used to have horsetail or at least I think it was. Looked like BoJos hair and the root system was crazy, the only thing that kept it in check was Round Up/Weedol sprayed weekly but somehow its gone now, I think it was coming from a neighbours garden. They put down fresh lawn and the problems seems to have gone for now.

I don't even like gardening but weeds make it personal.
Sherbat15/06/2020 08:57

I used to have horsetail or at least I think it was. Looked like BoJos …I used to have horsetail or at least I think it was. Looked like BoJos hair and the root system was crazy, the only thing that kept it in check was Round Up/Weedol sprayed weekly but somehow its gone now, I think it was coming from a neighbours garden. They put down fresh lawn and the problems seems to have gone for now.I don't even like gardening but weeds make it personal.


Exactly hate gardening but this is on a area of my neat brick weave drive.
I have one of those weedy burners flame throwers love using that very satisfying
hkphooey15/06/2020 08:19

Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next …Thanks my friend, the issue I have is my brick weave drive is right next to a electricity power small compound, which is over run by it I report it to them every year and they get the guy to pop around mine to spray it at same time.But he is there about ten seconds hardly sprays anything.They do this about twice a year, it's coming over from there, it's between the brick weave.


There's always lots and lots of salt. Assuming that you don't care what happens on the other side, and neither does anyone else, a few kg of salt will kill just about anything. Permanently. And nothing will grow there again.
Yossi15/06/2020 10:35

There's always lots and lots of salt. Assuming that you don't care what …There's always lots and lots of salt. Assuming that you don't care what happens on the other side, and neither does anyone else, a few kg of salt will kill just about anything. Permanently. And nothing will grow there again.


No its waste ground with mains generator connection there
Then try salt. Very cheap, very effective, but very killy to all living organisms.
Skyhiigh15/06/2020 08:12

This will also kill plants too but not as effective as actual weedkiller. …This will also kill plants too but not as effective as actual weedkiller. It's mostly effective for killing surface algae, etc. Patio Magic works great for this!If you want to control horsetail (as it's very hard to actually get rid rid of) I've found its best to:1) Buy and mix your own Glyphosate so it's rather strong (compared to Roundup which is really just Glyphosate but diluted, works against most things but can struggle with horsetail).Be very careful if you do this or hire a professional.2) *STAMP* on it before you spray it. Horsetail has a waxy coating that means herbicides can mostly "run off". Stamping breaks the plant up a bit and the wax coating, allowing better ingress.(Sorry, not to hijack the thread but horsetail is a nightmare. Not quite knotweed but not far off!)Good luck!


Thanks for the tip about stamping on horsetail first.

Horsetail can be worse than knotweed. If anyone wants info' on it, this link might be useful:
smartknotweed.co.uk/hor…th/

Ta for posting this deal OP.
Edited by: "c_1st" 15th Jun
Should be expired. Says £9.00 on Amazon. If £6.00 must have been for a very short time.
my patio slabs are covered in black spots that just won't budge. was going to get some of this anyone tried it before?
tom619515/06/2020 12:49

my patio slabs are covered in black spots that just won't budge. was going …my patio slabs are covered in black spots that just won't budge. was going to get some of this anyone tried it before?


Think sodium hypochlorite would do a better job. It's about 15% bleach.
£9.97 now!
Probably just me but it bugs me that they have used the American spelling 'Liter' rather than the UK 'Litre'. Anyway expired now.
c_1st15/06/2020 11:44

Thanks for the tip about stamping on horsetail first. Horsetail can be …Thanks for the tip about stamping on horsetail first. Horsetail can be worse than knotweed. If anyone wants info' on it, this link might be useful:https://smartknotweed.co.uk/horsetail-removal-damage-to-footpath/#:~:text=The plant has a waxy,in the spring for regeneration.Ta for posting this deal OP.


But doesn't mention what they use
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