Cleaning Concrete, Sidewalks, Steps and Brickwork

“WOW! This stuff really does work.”

That’s what a customer in Illinois wrote us when he sent photos of his brick chimney. Another happy customer from Washington sent us these awesome before-and-after photos of their sidewalk. That’s the 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner we know and love.

And while these three photos from customers show fantastic results on brick and concrete, it’s not always so easy for others.

Brick and concrete, which are both porous and allow dirt to snag a foothold, can be tricky surfaces to clean. That’s why we wanted to share some tips to better clean concrete and brick around your home.

  • Start when your concrete is completely dry, preferably in the morning when it’s cooler and less likely to evaporate
  • Get familiar. Clean a two-foot path and use 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner to learn how long it needs to sit on concrete or brick before becoming effective.
  • Saturate the area enough so the cleaner pools on the surface. The cleaner will go white and bubbly.
  • After your surface appears clean, rinse away.

The process should take about 15 minutes, which is the longest time needed for 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner. Ironic, we know. But brick and concrete are porous and rough. On the bright side, 30 SECONDS is safe for lawns and landscaping and provides great results!

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