I have been sealcoating for about 12 yrs. now and typically have a perfect understanding and knowledge about the job. The only problem that I have come across I can’t seem to find a lasting remedy for is removing pete moss from driveways in shaded areas durring the prep. Does anyone have a solution to this annoying problem?
Try a small painters steel wire brush attached to a pole. I’ve been sealing 20 years and have yet to find anything that takes moss off so quick. Scrape as much of the large stuff off as you can with a shovel, then set your blower air exhaust next to where your scraping and go to town. Nice thing with this method is it requires no water or extra eqipment and you can carry it with the rest of your equipment- just watch your hands near the steel wires, they are sharp.
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