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Old 06-22-2008, 04:52 PM   #1
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I have purchased a home that has a slate roof (maybe its a composite material that looks like slate, not sure) with green moss stuff growing on it. It is a steep roof and a two story house so I can't see climbing up there with a power washer and wetting it down or using a scrub brush.

I have a tall ladder so I can spray on a chemical, but I am hoping not to actually step on the roof. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 06-22-2008, 10:15 PM   #2
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umm, did you see the advertisement above your post?

Easy Roof Moss CleaningJust Spray It On to Eliminate Moss & Lichen. 25% Off, Spring Sale
www.RoofBeClean.com

Don't know anything about it, just thought it was funny I saw it as I read your post.

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Old 06-23-2008, 07:36 AM   #3
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The Google Ads change each time a person looks, although sometimes they may be the same.

Google Ads search out particular key words in a topic and implants what they deem to be a related ad for those key words, so the OP did not necessarily see the same ad you did and referred to.

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I found this same ad through my own Google search. I am hoping someone can give me an unbiased opinion based on on their own educated experience. Thanks.
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Look up posts made here by AppleCleaning, right in this roofing sub-forum.

He probably would be more qualified to answer the best.

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Yes Ed, that's why I pasted it in my response but with the disclaimer that I don't know jack about it.

Is Apple Cleaning registered here Ed? Only place I saw him was nrg. Either way, this is all he specializes in so he'd be a good place to start.
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Sorry ONB,

I inadvertently thought that you just posted some links about cleaning at random.

I guess I wasn't thinking, when I read the thread too fast.

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