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    Quote Originally Posted by llloyd View Post
    Hope you can still enjoy the current sunshine.
    Only just seen this reply but just wanted to thank you for such a lovely message :)

    Sadly I'm housebound at the moment (for the past year or two) but I can certainly SEE and enjoy the garden and the sunshine from my windows...

    And I try not to feel too guilty about the fact I can't do anything to it these days..!

    Hope you're able to get out in your garden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Totally Loopy Lou View Post
    Only just seen this reply but just wanted to thank you for such a lovely message :)

    Sadly I'm housebound at the moment (for the past year or two) but I can certainly SEE and enjoy the garden and the sunshine from my windows...

    And I try not to feel too guilty about the fact I can't do anything to it these days..!

    Hope you're able to get out in your garden.
    You shouldn’t feel guilty, so glad you can enjoy seeing the garden & the sunshine. I am fortunate enough to be able to get out into the garden, I will definitely try not to take it for granted, and try very hard not to moan at my Hubby when he digs things up whilst “tidying”.
    Have a lovely Easter.x
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    Quote Originally Posted by SisterBliss View Post
    Would any of the above work on mouldy/green cotswold chippings, plum slate, & a wall?
    I think that Wet and Forget would, especially if you use a smaller W&F to water ratio (e.g. 1:3) The recommended ratio is usually on the bottle. Mound does take longer to disappear but algae disappears very quickly. In my experience it's usually overnight or certainly within two days.

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