Algae. You hate it, don’t you?
You may we wanting to clean LOTS of things outdoors now that the weather is warmer. Wretched algae might be on all your outdoor stuff.
Here’s a partial list of things that might have algae on them:
- outdoor furniture
Look at this stunning basalt fountain of Mel’s. It’s got algae on it and Mell wants it GONE. He’s about to clean it with Stain Solver:
CHLORINE BLEACH DANGER
Please pass this email around to all your friends, neighbors, co-workers, relatives, etc.
Because many may consider using chlorine bleach outdoors to clean algae.
Chlorine bleach is the WORST THING YOU CAN USE to clean anything outdoors.
It’s toxic and will systematically KILL all vegetation and large trees when you rinse it off the things you’re cleaning.
My neighbor in Cincinnati, OH, KILLED a magnificent maple shade tree that bathed her patio with glorious shade.
Every spring, she would dump three or four gallons of straight chlorine bleach on the patio stones and then scrub it in. I warned her, but she always thought she was smarter than me and she ignored my advice.
Tsk tsk. After ten years as the tree slowly died, I remember the day the arborist came to cut it down. I had him come over to my house to tell him why it happened. He had no idea she was using toxic chlorine bleach around the tree.
Tim & Kathy Carter