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Old Posted: 19-05-2014 , 07:58 PM #1
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Default Dog friendly ways to clean residue and stains from a path?

Its been a long long time since I have been here on Jumbletown, I am sure it has changed a lot.

Anyway, just wondering how can i clean residue and stains from my garden path? I've heard Jeyes Fluid is no longer safe for dogs so I thought to give it a miss and see if any of you knew a safer way I could do it with possible household products that i might already have.

Hope someone, somewhere can help

Thanks in advance,

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Old Posted: 20-05-2014 , 02:01 PM #2
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Old Posted: 02-02-2015 , 01:23 PM #3
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Did you find a solution? Jeyes also makes it blotchy green, I know this as I sanitized a section of my yard when I moved in and that is what it looks like now.

I've got a rescue dog now, so also looking for more friendly cleaning solutions.
I'm going to try scrubbing salt into it this time, see what happens. Along with the pressure washer rinse.
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Old Posted: 08-09-2016 , 03:03 AM #4
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Try using cheap biological washing powder.we use the big own brand ones from either Tesco or SuperValu. Shake it well all over the yard and dampenit with a small amount of water and scrub it in well then power wash it off. Repeat as necessary and give it a final rinse with cheap plain bleach and sweep away
Lasts up to 2 weeks in summer and abut a week in winter. Just have to keep on top of it then
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Old Posted: 08-09-2016 , 03:07 AM #5
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PS an ordinary deck brush works best for scrubbing and a yard brush for sweeping away the water and bleach afterwards ty
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