Greetings from Brittany!
We have quite a fair a amount of steady rain here and it provides perfect conditions for moss to grow on the external walls and pavers of our house. The popular approach here seems to be the use of a chemical in summer that requires the use of a hazmat suit!!! Are there any other friendlier ways of handling wall moss? scraping it off is not an option as its a really fine sort .
Well… I would simply keep it. It should not damage the wall and that way you don't need to paint it over and over again.
posted 3 days ago
Sebastian Köln wrote:Well… I would simply keep it. It should not damage the wall and that way you don't need to paint it over and over again.
Personally i wouldnt keeping it very much, im very live and let live about it, but my partnet would probably disagree. The house is painted a light pink and is about 20 years old. We bought it only a few months ago, and the previous owner kept it at bay with the chems. This stuff seems highly invasive and i imagine in a few years it would take over the house completely ...