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07/03/2014 at 13:26

I have a paved area outside my French windows, then a light coloured gravel and flower borders each side. I purposely bought a light colour gravel (the stones are not very tiny - average 1")

I have purchased some Kleeneeze cleaner to get rid of the green deposit on the shady area of the gravel but the label says Keep Away from Animals. I have a 5 month old Cavalier KCS puppy and wonder if anyone has experience of using a product such as this?  The bottle is obviously kept in a secure cupboard away from my dog but I am wondering about using the product to clean the gravel/paving stones as she does use the back garden when she needs to 'eliminate'.  My thoughts are to rinse the area with the hose following cleaning to remove the cleaner after use.

Any pet owners out there in a similar situation?

07/03/2014 at 14:14

Hi there. not sure what your stance is on chemical use generally - my own are organic where possible and one of the best cleaning products - in fact general multi-use - is vinegar. by the way its extremely cheap as well - what you need is 'distilled white vinegar' which is about 50p or so for a bottle around 550ml.

you will need to put some elbow grease into it, but you would with any product you used if you werent using a pressure washer.

 

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