Mildew on white aluminum pool enclosure

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated on removing green mildew from the white ribs of our North-facing pool cage without having to build a scaffold over the pool. Chlorine and water works on the part around the pool that we can reach with the pressure washer but there is not enough pressure not the center 50% of the pool If trying to shoot the pressure washer while standing on the perimeter of the pool.

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jan 02, 2018
    Try wet and forget safe for all surfaces

  • Ken Ken on Jan 02, 2018
    You have been doing this the hard way. Look for a product called "Wet and Forget" at Walmart, Amazon, and a lot of other places. Follow instructions and be patient. It takes a while to perform it's magic but it will work.

  • 1Jo22450261 1Jo22450261 on Jan 02, 2018
    Walmart sell a safe, bio-degradable, non poison cleaner Its called Pow-r. it comes in a plastic spray bottle or a gallon jug. It can be sprayed on about any surface safely. It will desolve mold and mildew, (sometimes you may have to scrub a little. It will desolve the brown and yellowing foggy look on your vehicle headlights. I've used this stuff for many years and it saves a lot of work. And as always, use disposable rubber or latex gloves to keep your hands out of the gunk.

  • Dianne Leonetti Dianne Leonetti on Jan 02, 2018
    mix Dawn and vinegar solution and spray on pre-moistened wall with home garden sprayer, use a long handled brush to "scrub" off the green and rinse.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Jan 03, 2018
    We use vinegar as well- its a good chemical free option