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How To Get Of Moss

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Hi there ,

Myself and my partner was cleaning our Toyota Supra and we noticed that there was this kind of green moss growing around all of the windows and the door handles, we have removed it but it keeps coming back does anyone out there know how to permenatly remove this moss

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Hi Helen

You could try putting the windows down and rubbing along the seal with kitchen roll or a microfibre cloth. I think its just a matter of keeping on top of it when you get the green off. I don't know if there are any cleaning products you could use without being damaging. One of my neighbours has an Auris and its had green round the indicator for years. Do you park under trees?

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Once cleaned treat the areas with baby bottle clensing solution - a weak solution is sufficient. A light wipe or spray usually reduces the time it will take to re-appear. The moss begins as a thin film of black and is usually unnoticable in the early stages. If you can clean before it gets to the heavy green stage all the better. I use a baby tootbrush for cleaning the likely areas when washing the car - you'll be surprised at the amount of black gunk will show.

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Thanks Lorna & James, Gonna Give It A Try. She Is parked under trees yes. Is It best to park her where she isn't under a tree as we have two parking spaces ones under a tree & one is not...

Many Thanks....

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