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Old 06-03-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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Removing Moss from Bed Liner???

Ive got quite a bit of moss in my bed. And want to know what is the best way to remove it with out damaging or fading the Liner? I got a pressure washer but it doesnt run..

Would a moss killer work ok? or am I ganna have to get down and scrub the crap off? Thanks!
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Old 06-06-2010, 01:52 PM   #3
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Try this spray, wait a few minutes, scrub with a brush, then hose off. It says non-staining formula so I wouldn't think it would hurt your paint.
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TSP. Mix, spray, leave for 1/2 hour wash off. Cheap, works.
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Have you tried going to a do it your self car wash and hitting it with some hi pressure soap and water?
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I got some of that Moos Out stuff, and I will try that when the weather gets better. Thanks for the suggestions guys!
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Ive got quite a bit of moss in my bed. And want to know what is the best way to remove it with out damaging or fading the Liner? I got a pressure washer but it doesnt run..

Would a moss killer work ok? or am I ganna have to get down and scrub the crap off? Thanks!
Moss is growing in your truck bed? I don't think that I have ever heard of that before. I guess it's due to all that rain that in you have in the NW. There is no chance of that happening down here in hot ass Texas!
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ha, ha. i actually had turnips groing in mine once, they were easy to get out though.
i would go to lowes and get some jomax, spray it down a few times and scrub it.
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Ive got quite a bit of moss in my bed. And want to know what is the best way to remove it with out damaging or fading the Liner? I got a pressure washer but it doesnt run..

Would a moss killer work ok? or am I ganna have to get down and scrub the crap off? Thanks!
pics?
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Old 06-07-2010, 06:37 AM   #10
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I think pressure washer is your best bet. I had some plastic lawn chairs by the pool, and the tree above them dropped some sap on them. I hit them with a 2600psi pressure washer and they looked like new.
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Old 06-07-2010, 08:56 PM   #11
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I will try the Moss Out stuff, and see If it will work.
I will try to get some pics up of before and after.
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