A little moss growing in the right places (between walkway stones, for example) can be a pretty outdoor accessory—but moss climbing a brick wall isn’t a look most homeowners want. Remove it with a simple water-based cleaning method and some good old-fashioned elbow grease. You’ll need a bucket, a long-handled scrub brush, and bleach, and you should always wear gloves and eye protection for safety. Wet down the wall before you start scrubbing to keep overly dry bricks from sucking in the bleach solution.
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