I’ve seen this topic on other threads but never came across a definitive solution. Soap/water and scrub brush only do so much and can still see paw prints once drie... See more
The sprinkler water has a high iron content. After a time the siding is very orange.
Remove mildew from vinyl siding too high to brush
How can I remove mold from the side of my stucco house? Putting bleach in a spray bottle doesn't work
Brick patio has whitetried to power wash. Just lines all over
what do I use for baked on mold that bleach does NOT remove on my boat seats
We put in a pool this summer.Our neighbor has a hugh old tree that is right on top of my fence , it drops leaves into our pool continiously.:( Sometimes even bird poo... See more
how to build a small storage area for outdoors for beginners and that 1 person can do on a small budget.. Thank you
Our patio has old rough grey pavers. Have tried everything to clean. What is the best way to either paint (?) Or what , if anything, can I use to put over them which ... See more
I have tried all kinds of siding cleaner but i need something that I can spray on and let it work without the harsh scrubbing.
I was wondering if I could just use hose and push all stuff out.
Our previous owners had metal planters on the patio that left rust stains. I have tried scrubbing with a number of cleaners including oxiclean but nothing has helped ... See more
How should I go about cleaning the rust off of an old iron railing? The house was built in the 50's with real iron and brick. The porch needs to be cleaned and paint... See more
My ceiling on the front porch has mold. I have tried ServPro and JoMax but they didn't work. How can I get the mold off? I don't want to kill my plants next to the po... See more
I've tried mayo and sanding, nothing works.
The sidewalk to my front entrance is on the east side of my home and seldom gets any sun. There's a lot of mud on it . What can I used besides a power washer (we hav... See more
Scored this beauty - a vintage 1950's porch glider with original paint. Any tips on protecting it from the elements?