Wet & Forget is the Easiest Way to Eliminate Exterior Moss, Mold, Mildew and Algae. You can treat the average 750 sq. ft. area in less than 12 minutes!
Just dilute Wet & Forget 5 parts water and 1 part Wet & Forget in your garden spray and apply to the surface. Then forget it!
Once applied, Wet & Forget works with the wind and rain to gently clean the surface over the next few weeks or months depending upon the severity of the contamination.
Wet & Forget’s one step application is a great alternative to the traditional, time consuming and labor intensive rinsing, scrubbing and power washing steps usually require for removing moss, mold, mildew and algae. Just Wet It and Forget It. It’s that simple!
Where Can Wet & Forget be Used?
Wet & Forget can be used on ANY exterior surface. Here are a few of the most popular surfaces and materials.
Surfaces: Automobiles, Awnings, Basketball and Tennis Courts, Boats, Composite Decks, Driveways, Fences, Greenhouses, Gutters, Outdoor Furniture, Patios, Planters, Play Equipment, Preservation Projects, Pool Surrounds, Roofing, RV’s, Screens, Siding, Tombstones, Umbrellas, Walkways, Wood Decks and much, much more!
Materials: Aluminum, Asphalt, Brick, Ceramic, Chrome, Clay, Composite, Concrete, Dryvit, EIFS, Fabric, Fiberglass, Glass, Granite, Marble, Metal, Painted Surfaces, Plastic, Slate, Steel, Stone, Stucco, Textured Finishes, Tile, Vinyl, Wood to name a few!
Why is Wet & Forget safe for use on ANY surface?
Wet & Forget is a very gentle product with no caustic chemicals and a pH comparable to water. Wet & Forget doesn’t require scrubbing or power washing which can sacrifice the integrity of the surface being treated. You can rest assured Wet & Forget won’t harm even the most delicate surface.
Wet & Forget FAQ’s
How should I apply Wet & Forget?
Apply Wet & Forget with a pump up garden sprayer. Do NOT use a hose end sprayer. Hose end sprayers cannot dilute Wet & Forget properly. Be sure to get a good saturation of Wet & Forget on the surface. Apply when rain is not expected for 4-5 hours.
How long will Wet & Forget take to work?
It depends on the intensity of the contamination. If it is really light you will see results within days. Otherwise, it may take 2-3 months to see improvement. Your concrete may turn reddish brown when Wet & Forget is applied. This is normal and shows you have a good reaction. The discoloration will dissipate over a short period of time and is not permanent. The good news is when you use Wet & Forget the following season the cleanup will occur within weeks. In the very worst case scenario, where contamination is extreme, it may take 6-12 months to work.
When is the best time to apply Wet & Forget?
Apply Wet & Forget on a cool, dry, windless day, when no rain is expected for 4-5 hours. Often the evening or early morning are the best times to apply; when evaporation is minimal. This way, the treated surface stays wet with Wet & Forget for an extended period of time. Wet & Forget can be applied at any temperature above 32 degrees.
How long can Wet & Forget be stored?
Wet & Forget has an unlimited shelf life. It is not corrosive. Wet & Forget can be stored in the original bottle as a concentrate or as a dilution in your garden sprayer. The product will not deteriorate after being diluted or damage your garden sprayer. Always keep the cap tightly fastened and the product out of reach of children.
Will Wet & Forget affect my pets?
Not under normal conditions. However, after application, keep your pets off the surface until it is dry to ensure they do not ingest any of the Wet & Forget. If they accidently touch the product, rinse the affected area with fresh water as a precaution.
Will Wet & Forget damage my plants?
Only if Wet & Forget is sprayed directly onto a plant. Protect plants from overspray by rinsing with water before and after application or covering them during application.
Will Wet & Forget remove the contamination off my decks?
Most definitely! It will clean any type of decking. If your deck is older and black with contamination, wait a month after applying Wet & Forget and then give the area a light brush with a scrub brush and warm water. You will need to reapply Wet & Forget after this scrub but the good news is you should only have to do this once and then the maintenance becomes easy.
Can Wet & Forget be used on any outdoor surface?
Absolutely! You can use Wet & Forget on any outdoor surface including: driveways and walkways, patios, pool surrounds, fiberglass, brick, painted surfaces, tombstones, stone, ceramic, textured surfaces, tennis courts, canvas awnings and umbrellas, greenhouses, boats, RV’s, automobiles, stucco, gutters, siding and roofs. ANY exterior surface!
Can I use Wet & Forget for commercial applications?
You sure can, Wet & Forget is used worldwide at some of the most recognized structures and theme parks. For instance, it is so safe and gentle, it is the only product used to clean the exterior of the Sydney Opera House. Additional commercial applications include: theme parks, historic landmarks, airports, local governments, cemeteries, highways, gardens, hospitals, hotels, marinas, motels, power stations, prisons, retirement communities, schools, stadiums, shopping malls, sail makers and zoos.
Is Wet & Forget a new company?
It is new to the United States, but Wet & Forget is a tried and tested product that has been used residentially and commercially for over 30 years in New Zealand and Australia.
What is the dilution rate of Wet & Forget?
Dilute Wet & Forget concentrate 1 part Wet & Forget to 5 parts water.
Wet & Forget Concentrate Fill Garden Sprayer with Water to
2-1/2 Cups (20 oz.) 1 Gallon Mark
5 Cups (40 oz.) 2 Gallon Mark
What is the coverage area of Wet & Forget?
The coverage of Wet & Forget depends on the porosity of the surface. For example, porous surfaces such as concrete or brick will readily absorb the product and non-porous surfaces such as vinyl and aluminum will use less.
Wet & Forget Concentrate Makes Coverage Area
43 oz. 2 Gallons 250 – 750 Sq. Ft.
.50 Gallons (64 oz.) 3 Gallons 375 – 1,125 Sq. Ft.
.75 Gallons (96 oz.) 4.5 Gallons 550 – 1,700 Sq. Ft.
1 Gallon (128 oz.) 6 Gallons 750 – 2,250 Sq. Ft.