Green Algae on Patio
I was serious when I said I was trying to record TWO new videos each week. I recorded my second new video in the past two days.
Can you tell what this is:
It’s green algae on an outdoor patio.
Do you have green algae on ANYTHING outdoors? I don’t care if it’s a patio, a kayak, furniture, house siding, etc.
What do you think of my signature blue shirt that’s supposed to match the Stain Solver logo color and feeling of clean?
I want to thank you for responding to my question in the last email blast.
I asked, “What new video(s) do you want me to record?“
You may have responded with a great suggestion or two or three!
Please realize I may not be able to record the exact video you want because I may not own that thing. Thus it’s impossible to create the exact video you want.
For example, overnight Teri asked me how to clean boat cushions with black mildew spots.
I responded, “… I don’t have boat cushions so I can’t record that video. But I do out outdoor furniture cushions that have mold spots.
I recording that video this week. You mix, apply, let sit, scrub, rinse and dry. BOOM!”
Here’s the bottom line: If what you want to clean can accept WATER being put on it, then you can almost always have great success mixing up Stain Solver and using it as the cleaner.
The key is to apply the Stain Solver solution to a DRY surface and keep it WET with the solution for 15, 30, or even 60 minutes before SCRUBBING or rubbing.
The longer you allow Stain Solver to work on its own, the LESS you have to work.
More videos soon! Next up is cleaning the outdoor furniture cushion here at my house.
WHAT VIDEOS do you want me to record for you?
Co-founder Stain Solver