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How to remove Moss on your Resin Bound Driveway / Surface

How to remove Moss on your Resin Bound Driveway / Surface

  • You can use an algae remover which will remove moss with a few applications.

  • You can give your resin driveway a sweep and a hose down with a stiff garden broom to remove any moss.

  • You can lightly use a pressure washer on your resin driveway, however this is not recommended as this can damage the surface.

Alternatively, our team can thoroughly clean and decontaminate your resin bound driveway with our specialist soft cleaning process. Contact us for more information.

How Kamox removes Moss on your Resin Bound Driveway / Surface

- Cleaning / Decontamination

Our team will clean and decontaminate your resin-bound surface thoroughly using a gentle soft-wash cleaning process. This process will remove any dirt, oil, and microbial growth that has been embedded into the surface over time.

- Biocide Treatment

Our biocide treatment is a chemical that is formulated to effectively slow down the future growth of microbial growth on your resin-bound surface.

Why is there Moss on my Resin Bound Driveway?

Professionally installed resin bound driveways require minimal maintenance, however, if they have been incorrectly installed they may require more maintenance.

If your resin bound surface has been installed on a porous subbase, this could be permeable tarmac or concrete, moss and algae will be very unlikely to grow.

However, if your resin bound driveway has been installed on concrete without substantial drainage you may discover issues later down the line with your resin bound surface becoming green and covered in moss. This is due to your resin bound surface being porous and the subbase that your resin has been laid on not being porous, so rain water stagnates and doesn't drain away correctly between the subbase and your resin bound surface making your resin driveway mossy and covered in algae.

How to remove Moss on your Resin Bound Driveway / Surface

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