Shield-IT Black Spot Remover is our best selling product for the removal of Black Spot or White Spot and return your patio to new and we highly recommend.
Shield-IT Black Spot Remover removes stubborn areas of Lichen and Algae from patios, paving and driveways made from natural stone, block paving and concrete.
Lichen, otherwise known as Black or White spot is one of the most difficult challenges but with Shield-IT Black Spot Remover, you can remove stubborn black spots in no time and have your patio, paving and driveway restored to look like new.
This high performance treatment is formulated and proven to remove this unsightly and stubborn problem which regular paving cleaners and pressure washing cannot deal with.
Shield-IT Black Spot Remover, is designed to kill the spores and makes removal easy with a pressure washer or soft washing treatment.
Features and Benefits
Removes Black and White Spot Lichen
Safe to use on sensitive stone
Can be applied with a garden spray
Application and Directions for use:
Ready to use formulation.
Can be applied neat through plastic watering can or spray-able equipment. Apply directly to the surface to be treated and leave to soak in, product will begin to fizz as it gets to work.
Leave product on surface between 2-4 hours to allow time to work. When sufficient time has been allowed for the product to work, rinse off the area thoroughly. For best results use a pressure washer.
Repeat as necessary for badly effected areas.
We would always recommend testing Shield-IT Black Spot Remover, in a small inconspicuous area before using to ensure it is suitable and desired effect is achieved.
Ensure that the area to be treated is cleared of garden furniture and other items so that they are not in accidental contact with the product.
Ensure that all loose dirt and other physical debris is removed first by brushing prior to application. Product can be applied to slightly damp surfaces or dry surfaces.
Do not apply to surfaces where they are saturated from recent rainfall or if rain is due within the time period required to treat the surface.