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How to get rid of moss on pavement: effective methods

Julia PeschanskayaLife
Moss on pavement

Moss can appear on paving slabs, making your yard look untidy. The plant has no roots, prefers to grow in humid environments, and can easily adapt to any conditions.

Moss can even be life-threatening because of its smoothness and softness, as you can easily slip and fall on it. OBOZREVATEL has found effective ways to get rid of unwanted plants in your yard.

To avoid buying expensive chemicals, you can use natural ingredients.

First, you need to prepare the area for moss treatment. Free the area from furniture and other objects, if any. Get rid of garbage by sweeping the yard, and then you can start fighting the plant.

Baking Soda

This mixture is found in every home, as it is an indispensable cleaning tool. Soda is also effective against moss. To do this, simply sprinkle the necessary areas with the powder and leave it for a day.

Then remove the plant from the pavement. Thanks to the abrasive property of soda, you can quickly cope with the problem. But this method should be used in dry weather.

White Vinegar

This is another affordable ingredient that can be used to get rid of moss. Dilute the vinegar with water in a one-to-one ratio and spray it on the plant. Leave the solution on for a few hours and then remove the plant from the pavers. It is best to do this on sunny days.

Boiling Water

If your yard doesn't have much moss, boiling water can help you get rid of it. Pour boiling water over the necessary places and leave for 3-4 hours, then clean the tiles from the annoying plant and enjoy the beautiful view of your yard.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL published a recipe for a folk remedy that will help to remove weeds.

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