Additionally, how do you keep moss from growing on a tennis court?
Dilute your Di-Ard at 10:1 with cold water and spray the moss infestation with a knapsack or handheld sprayer. For a large area like a tennis court, we recommend using a backpack sprayer like this one which you can buy from Screwfix. As a guide, we recommend spraying at a rate of 1 litre of solution per 5sqm.
Hereof, how do I get rid of moss on my sports court?
What is best moss killer?
- Best Pick: Wet & Forget Mould Remover.
- Value Pick: Patio Magic! Cleaner.
- Pro Kleen Iron Sulphate.
- Resolva Moss Killer.
- Jarder Spray & Leave.
2 parts household bleach, mixed with 1 part water. Use this solution to treat affected areas. Scrub gently with soft bristled brush and rinse thoroughly after a few minutes. Rinsing court with water is usually sufficient for general cleaning.
As a general rule salt or other de-icing agents should never be used to remove snow or ice from tennis courts; their effect is unpredictable and they may cause serious damage.
Pressure washing tennis courts is a highly effective way of cleaning courts because this method is strong enough to remove all the debris and moss growth but not too abrasive to damage the surfacing. … Improves playing characteristics as cleaning makes it ‘as new’ Life of the surface extends if maintained correctly.
Using a high pressure water cleaner to clean a synthetic grass tennis court will;
- Cause damage to the fibres.
- Destroy the adhesive beneath the mat.
- Break open the joins in the mat.
- Remove expensive sand.
- Cause the fibres to fall over if too much sand is removed.
If you are planning on powerwashing a regulation size tennis court with a residential pressure washing machine, give me a call next year when you are finished. To put it in perspective the job pictured above took a two person crew nearly 8 hours to complete with two commercial pressure washers and a flat work machine.
23.77 metres long
Baticlean CR is a systemic moss killer which means that, once applied to the moss, it is absorbed and the moss is poisoned. If you apply Baticlean CR to wet moss then it will not readily absorb as much as when the plant is dry, it is for this reason that we recommend applying on a dry day and to a dry surface.