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Post by goldie87 on Mon Jul 23 2012, 15:05

As the weather is good, I've decided to pressure wash the front and back garden slabs/bricks. After I've done that, I want to put some brick cleaner on to protect them from dirt/mould etc.

Would it be safe for Zeus to go back in the gardens once they've completely dried? I remember reading a story quite a while back about a dog that died after the owner put something down on his garden...
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Post by Kathy on Wed Jul 25 2012, 11:25

Check the link below for a patio cleaner which is safe to use when you have pets:

http://www.enviro-works.co.uk/?page_id=573
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Post by goldie87 on Wed Jul 25 2012, 12:28

Great, thanks for your help Kathy! I'll be getting some of this Smile
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