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    Removing surface debris from bricks

    Bricklayers

    What can I do about bricks that contain surface debris? I’m talking about debris like moss, mould and dirt. Is this to be expected or should I look after this and clean it/remove the debris? If so, how can I go about this? Thanks.

    Asked by angie on 22nd Feb 2021
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    Izbitu Construction

    "Hi
    You need power jet wash
    That will do the work"

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2021 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    Becky s builders

    "There are many chemicals for removing moss and other debris look online and you will find what you need"

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    5 aspect pointing

    "Use a wire brush and brick acid it off. It's hard but the best way don't even think of jet washing"

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2021 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    MC Building Services (Europe) LTD

    "Scrape brick first check the bricks have not perished or cracked. Use brick cleaner water well apply well. Let set 3_5 mint rub with brick or stone rinse well with water let dry 1 hour inspect."

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2021 - Member since Oct 2018 - report
    Cezar

    "Hi.
    All the things guys wrote earlier are true. Anyway, there's always something else.
    Way of fixing a problem, always depends on reason.
    Using a brush only for a wet moss, will make a marks at bricks surface and will not give You expected effect.
    Using a pressure without physically removing is the fastest way to collect a moss and all the rest from everywhere around, including neighbours. Steel brush - two moves and it's to be dirty as the things You tried to remove. Chemistry is ok, of course, but will fall down making marks, so You will have to use a pressure anyway.
    So, finally, You're to use all the things they wrote, but in correct order, to get a visual effect You want.
    Regards."

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2021 - Member since Mar 2020 - report

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