Where is your Mold?

How To Remove Mold On Concrete & Patio Stone


Do your patio stones and pavers looked weathered and stained?

Over time – and particularly during winter months – your patio stones, concrete pavers and driveway can fall victim to staining brought on by mildew, grime build-up, vegetation residue and other factors.

    Solution :

Concrete/Patio Stone

Concrobium House & Deck Wash is the ideal solution for treating outdoor stone and concrete surfaces. Unlike bleach-based solutions that require surrounding plant-life to be covered and that leave surfaces looking “blanched”, Concrobium House & Deck Wash contains no harmful chemicals but leaves surfaces looking clean and restored. Application is easy:

  1. Apply House & Deck Wash liberally using the hose-end sprayer
  2. Allow to soak into target surface for 3-5 minutes, but do not allow the surface to dry
  3. Scrub the area with a stiff bristle brush or broom
  4. Rinse the surface thoroughly using the ‘Rinse’ setting on the hose end sprayer.

For tough, embedded mold staining on concrete and stone, apply Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser. This no-scrub solution contains no bleach, so it won’t discolor surfaces. Click here for more information on using Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser.

Eco-Wash may remove old protective stains on the wood surface; reapply the protective stain once cleaning procedures are complete and the surface is dry.