For professional landscapers, groundsmen or facilities managers, the great thing about MossOff is that it is a completely natural product and contains no harmful chemicals whatsoever. This means it is NOT a biocide and therefore free from biocide restrictions – you can use MossOff wherever, whenever and as often as you like.

As it’s completely natural, MossOff is kind to the environment but it’s also very hardworking – It does the job quickly and effectively.

Our professional pack is a 5 litre bottle of MossOff Super Concentrate which will treat up to 850 m2 . Here’s how to dilute MossOff Super Concentrate All Surface + Grass:

  Light Growth Heavy Growth
Hard Surfaces 16 parts water to 1 part MossOff 5 parts water to 1 part MossOff
Grass 15 parts water to 1 part MossOff (general treat)* 10 parts water to 1 part MossOff (spot treat)*

1 litre of diluted MossOff will cover up to 10m2.

*general treatment of light moss in grass

**spot treatment of heavily infected areas in grass

To order professional 5 litre packs of MossOff, call us direct on +353 1 283 2830
or email us here

Why is MossOff free from biocide restrictions?
MossOff is not a biocide as it does not chemically destroy the cell structure of the plant but rather operates in a completely chemical-free way. MossOff is made from natural ingredients from crops, including natural oils and starch. When MossOff is sprayed on moss or algae and allowed to dry completely it forms an invisible, biodegradable micro-coating that prevents the moss/algae from absorbing the moisture and nutrients from the air causing it to die. It’s a bit like putting a plastic bag around the moss or algae to cut off it’s life support.

Are all other moss control products biocides?
Yes, because they work by chemically attacking the cell structure of the moss/algae. This means that they pose a safety risk to people and animals, are very toxic to aquatic life and cannot be used near grass or plants as they cause a scorching effect. Biocide packaging has hazard warnings with strict instructions as to the method of use.

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