Remove mold, mildew, dirt, grime or any organic matter quickly and safely with our stucco cleaning product. Don't worry about damaging your plants our harming the lawn. Stucco Wash is completely landscape safe. Our stucco cleaner has special ingredients that help it to stick any vertical surface.
When it is sprayed on a vertical surface it is able to stick long enough to go to work, depositing millions of tiny bubbles in every grove, pore, and crevice. These bubbles lift the mold, mildew, or dirt to the surface for an easier cleaning allowing the use of a less damaging lower pressure to rinse than with traditional cleaners.
This stucco cleaner does not contain any bleach or chlorine which can damage the stucco by drying it out, stain painted surfaces, or destroy the nutrients in the ground around the home that your plants feed on. Our stucco cleaner is the same formulation as our Mold & Mildew Wash except that it has additional natural adhesives added to the formula to help it stick to the vertical surfaces
If for any reason you are unhappy with your results and you feel that a refund is warranted, simply return the product and the receipt and we will refund your money, no questions asked. This way you can order with confidence. We want you to be happy and to have a pleasant, stress free shopping experience. Our products work and work well…all you have to do is give them a try!
2 lbs will treat 600-800 sq ft
10 lbs will treat 3,000-4,000 sq ft
40 lbs will treat 12,000-16,000 sq ft
Mix ½ cup per gallon of warm water, mix well, stirring frequently, allow solution to fully activate for 15 minutes prior to use. Apply with "garden style" pump sprayer, starting from bottom and working to the top, while not allowing to dry, scrub with a medium bristle brush and hose off, for professional results or for stubborn stains, substitute pressure washer for brush and hose. Mix stronger where needed.
Please note that mixing instructions are measured in U.S. gallons, so feel free to add more of the powder to your mix.
You'll find answers to most frequently asked questions below, as well as a handy measurement converter tool. If these resources don't answer your question(s), feel free to contact us by clicking the green button below:
The product only “foams” as a reaction to fungus but every type of fungus is different and if this wall was only dirty it may not foam at all, but that doesn't mean it didn't work. Black algae on roofs foam a lot but that is due to the black algae, black mold on cedar tends to foam quite a bit too, moss, lichen and other growths foam just a little bit and green mold for whatever reason only has a very thin layer of foam, most of the time it's not that noticeable, I'm sure if it was green mold (which is common on stucco) if you run your finger through the mold it probably came right off, where it would not have done that without the product on. Like decks, most of the time you are cleaning green mold, so it foams just a little bit and very quickly.
That’s a good point, it most certainly does improve with the sun, I did a section of my mother’s deck and I was sort of disappointed with the results of the Composite Deck Wash but it was just yesterday that I noticed it was a lot cleaner than it was the day that I cleaned it, this would be true on concrete and stucco, wood also lightens over time. The targeted surface absorb the solution so really a rain good reactivate it and the sun will lighten it again.